Hotel Miraflores Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Lima
Amazing beds and apartment equaled sleep in. So good to catch up on the sleep deprivation we had accumulated over the past few days. First things first. Right across the road was a supermarket, with amazing food! So differ t to Manaus where we spend most of our time there looking for one. So many fruits and veggies, and fresh bread! Not sugar filled American version either. Life is good.
Home made lunch and FIFA World ...
... a walk back to hotel using a different route. As we left the mall there was a guy paragliding along the cliff edge which looked really cool. We took some time out to catchup with emails and laundry. In the evening we walked to a Central Park area where we mixed with the locals and checked out the craft stalls and art works. The parks had street food carts and hundreds of cats. Meal at a local ...
... the same ride (they were on our flight to Atlanta) along with two other fellow Adventurers, David and Ryan who were on a different flight back to the States.
Our driver took us along the coast on the way to the airport which is a route we had not been on yet. Even at this late hour in the dark it was a beautiful drive along the beach. Once back in Lima, the city was just as alive as it was our first night. We even happened to see a flash mob performing in ...
... layer was added to the temple to make it higher, and as a gesture to the gods, a young girl was sacrificed and burried in the walls of the temple. And so far (not all of the temple has been investigated) 68 tombs have been found.
After spending three days in Lima, and eating some great food (lomo saltado is our fave) and drinking pisco sours, taking it all in, it was time to head south to Nasca.
We awoke to a sunny Lima day which started with a sliced throat and ended with ….Tuna!
It needs an explanation!
No it wasn't a bad dream – Eoin had indeed left his toilet bag and all of its contents back in Christchurch. A mean spirited person might suggest this was appropriate penance for the 'if you can’t justify its practical use, then out it comes’ packing instructions a mere ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility