Hotel Casa Blanca
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... main mode of transport, they were very cheap. The boys told me about the dangers of taxis however, and how many of their friends had been gassed in their taxis and mugged of their belongings - more than once. They recommended always taking a taxi with others and using an official taxi number. Noted. I was blown away by Carlos' house. It sat on top of a not-big-enough-to-be-mountain-but-large r-than-a-hill and was protected by a large gated wall. ...
... anything in the church or catacombs. We also made a quick stop into the Spanish Inquisition museum only to find it was all in Spanish which obviously didn't do us much good. We tried the local Peruvian spirit that night called Pisco. They use it in a cocktail called a Pisco Sour which has egg white, lemon juice, bitters and of course Pisco. It certainly tastes a lot better than the local rum, although that's not hard to ...
... route that took me from Mili's home in Magdelena del Mar to the Miraflores beach. We walked back from the beach via Avenida Salverry (a semi-greenway that runs down a busy main road, traffic running in both directions either side of it) and via the Ice Creamery on the corner. There were mountains of beautifully decorated piles of ice cream behind a glass window. I had one scoop of strawberry and Sebastian chose Kinder Bueno and vanilla. My ice cream envy ...
... to check on Lou.
That evening we found a wonderful little fish restaurant over the road from the hostel where we had a gorgeous meal and was a great last night before setting off to England. The next day, Lou managed to have a few hours on the sea front before we went bag to pack our bags and set off to the Airport.
Next stop, Manchester for Lofty and Lisa´s wedding!!
It's been a busy couple of days to begin this adventure. Yesterday was a long day. We left Winnipeg at 6:30 am and arrived at our guest house at 2:30 am. To say that our guest house is "basic" is a bit of an understatement. Everything is clean, but strongly smells of mothballs. The dampness of the weather creates a cold, clammy and musty atmosphere, which is quite uncomfortable. The room itself is small and the three of us have had to be creative to ...
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