Hotel Miraflores Lodge
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... seems a quite well to do area . We had coffee and bought food and had a look around, felt a bit disappointed that not really any evidence that we were in Peru, could have been in any city, very different to arriving in Mexico or Bangkok.
Peru has been our hardest country to plan. If we had just come to Peru we would have got plane passes allowing us to fly around the country. The distances are huge, and not many roads between places , have to keep ...
... tales and tribulations, and anything we'd missed since we'd last seen each other. It was a mellow, apathetic day, but that was all we wanted, to just chill and bask in the satisfaction of having made it this far, without any major problems, injuries or disasters. We met the girls about 4ish and made our way to a restaurant named Punto Azul, which the girls had been to already a few times and highly recommended. The ceviche was delicious - a popular South / Central American dish, ...
... s and good quality padlocks for our backpacks and a few other bits and bobs and the lot came up to about £20! Back home it would have been at least 3 times the amount. We walked around seeing the sights and ended up in the main square. The weather was nice and it was a Sunday so lots of the locals were out and about. The square was really nice and had lots of grand old buildings. They were all around a big park and water fountain. We went to the tourist information centre ...
... bag and run down to the bus to leave for the day. We get to the clinic and the school children were back again today which was a really nice way to start my day. So many smiling faces! Anyway, after lunch roughly 4 hours after being at the clinic a mother and daughter come in for check-ups and the works. I left the exam area for a little bit to color with the children and later came back and I see this girl just ...
... of the church with the catacombs which is beautiful and then arrange to meet a couple we`d met in Colombia, Haillim and Garen. We meet in the Plaza and have the best times, Haillim is from Lima so knows where to take us and we go to a club that is playing pretty cheesy music but it`s really fun to dance anyway. A perfect end to the evening when a taxi driver pulls over and offers us a free ride home - not the first time in Lima! He`s very friendly and happily drops us off for ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking