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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... and finally, "we are about the limit of how much weight this parachute can take". He said we could have a more.wild.flightnbecause of it though. I have a video of the whole flight on an sd card. We were super high and I was only slightly terrified. But I'm still here so all is.good. ...
I was really looking forward to Lima, a big capital city with good infrastructure and widly know for its good food! We got there and instantly went out hunting for some cheap chinese food, and for once we actually came across what we went searching for. We managed to get a full plate of rice, veg and meat along with 3 cokes for two quid each, heaven! We then returned to the hostel and got chatting to an American guy called Evan who was thinking about moving ...
... offered me a seat at the table with them. The food court is packed as usual and some of the hallways are lined with travelers catching a nap on the floor before their next flight.
Enough rambling in the middle of the night. Assuming I can get decent internet later, I'll post more when I get to Iquitos and will add some photos, too! (I might even try to post some from my phone from here if I can get internet in other parts of the airport.)
... English words such as "delicacy". Nevertheless we checked in successfully. With our rooms not available till 1pm, Raphael suggested we walk around Mira Flores and have some breakfast at Maneul, a quaint Peruvian cafe. Mira Flores is very trendy with fashion stores, Atlantic city style casinos and mardi grass like celebrations. What fascinated me were the designated bike and bus only lanes. Toronto are you reading this? Next stop was Lar ...
... Although there are very few people about, suddenly a swarm of police appear to protect us. We were more unsettled by their presence than we were before they appeared – is this place really that dangerous?
Finally we board the little tender boat that takes us out to the motor launch waiting in the bay – not sure why the motor launch didn't pick us up from the wharf – mooring taxes perhaps? First thing on board we ...