Hotel Miraflores Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... well over an hour later, best haircut I've had. We went quickly into the centre, saw the main square, had a kfc and came back to get our bags before taking a taxi with an absolutely mental driver to the airport. Due to the the driver, we were early for our flight but found that our online booking hadn't worked properly so we could either pay 3 times as much for the flight or go back to the hostel... by this point we just wanted to go and after finding out business class was ...
21 May 14
Departure: 08:35 Juliaca, Peru - Juliaca
Arrival: 10:20 Lima, Peru - J Chavez International
Flight: Avianca AV800
... s on a flat desolate plain at high altitude with little farming due to its height. The place is the most depressed looking town we have seen. So onto the plane and back down to sea level and warmth. The group disbanded today. Only 4 of us are not heading directly home. It seems that Peru enjoys tourism. Everything is charged for and tips are requested at every possible moment. We felt a little like cash cows. We ...
... with ourselves. We took the bus to Cerro san Christobal, through some areas I am hesitant to call the favela but that came pretty close, I think. All the houses were barracks made of tin, slotted closesly together and on top of each other, and the greenery was noticeably absent.
We also spent a couple of nights in Barranco, the neighbouring district to Miraflores. The area was beautiful with its old townhouses and ...
... beverage, the deep yellow
coloured Cola is light, with a creamy base similar to a banana with
a hint of vanilla.
A few tables away locals were eating their lunch and drinking chicha Mora. I thought
it was a jug of red wine that was served cold. It isactually made
from purple maize, boiled with chunks of pineapple, quince, cloves,
and cinnamon. The maize (corn, is boiled in water until it ...