- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Huacho
... and therefore there are lots of fish within a short distance of the port. We had a mooch around the port (there wasn't much there), took some photos of the Pelicans and 'Pisco' boats and then boarded our boat. It was a speedboat that seated around 30 and by the time it left (after waiting a little for stragglers) it was full. We sped off across the bay and soon came to some cliffs with pelicans and some cormorants (and the odd penguin) before coming to a 'Nazca' line ...
... weird dreams that I was sleeping in a park and kept freaking out that people were touching my thins and stuff. And I had no pants on. Then we went to dinner, I had the ***** cos I was exiled from the room so they could have alone time. Gross. But dinner was good together, amazing Mexican food, and I used the time after to Skype ash. Best convo, missing her so much. Can't ******* wait for her to be my room mate!! It's weird being a 3, but I like it. Just missing our tour ...
... the experience. In the afternoon, we visited the Museo Larco. I chose this over other museums in Lima as it has the largest collections of pottery in Lima. It contains items from Huaca del Sol y Luna and Chan Chan which we visted a couple of days ago. As we'd been on a time limit, we had not been able to visit either museum at the ruins, so we had not been able to see any of the pieces recovered from the excavations. As well as the main museum ...
... one could (and this one did) eat cuy (guinea pig), chicha morada (purple corn) ice treats, see corn drying in people's back yards and happen across a fiesta where everyone was drunk early in the afternoon celebrating a local businessman sponsoring the annual float of the Virgin Mary, which would be paraded through town in the near future.
All that with a mountain vista and nearby waterfalls added up to a great day out.
... of oxygen you take in). After breakfast we went for another walk along the beach front, spending some more time in the parks (one which has mini Nazca Line pictures in the grass, the Lovers park with mosaic benches and a giant statue of the 2 lovers and finally a play park which has a statue of Paddington Bear!! Our attempts to get a photo were foiled by some pesky kids but we'll get him another time!! After the walk we went to a coffee shop which was recommended to us (and ...