Hotel El Ejecutivo Miraflores
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... than Laguna 69. It was short and basically flat, but even so it was incredibly difficult due to the altitude. This glacier has existed for hundreds of thousands of years, but it's expected to nearly completely melt within the next 10+ years due to global warming. Think about that the next time you...contribute to global warming. I also got stuck in a legit hail storm while walking back from the glacier. I certainly didn't pack for the day trip or dress with the expectation that ...
... drinks as there wouldn't be enough time. However, Greg and the sommelier were able to come up with a compromise. They would pair some of the courses with the corresponding drinks and for the rest he recommenced a Chilean sauvignon blanc. Now it might be because neither of us have drunk white wine in over a month, but that was a lovely little bottle of white. It was very crisp and clean and went perfectly with the food.
We were ...
... got unlucky. We were told our luggage was in Miami and would be on the next flight then delivered to our hotels. I hope it does come tonight. Flight gets in at 9:45pm so should have it at 11pm. Luckily found my driver easily as he was holding a sign up. Lots of warnings about who you go with, due to kidnapping I suppose. He was very helpful and told me safe places to go and how not to drink the water. Worrying that ...
... and left to airport. Boarded flight to Lima and reached Lima around 9pm.
Vasu's Birthday Celebration
Our dear friend Vasu's birthday celebration was quite grand! He (& we) would remember it forever..
Today was last day n night in Peru. Tomorrow morning we are boarding flight to Buenos Aires.
Peru is an amazing country. Very friendly people. Nice places. Just loved everything. Look forward to come back again.. Inshallah!!
... asked for help from, an old lady, the police, and a floor sweeper until we finally discovered that we had to take a bus from gate 5 to another airport! Once on the bus, we discovered that we needed to pay the fare in American pesos. But that's is where our luck turned. We met a young American guy on the bus (who happened to teach German at a local university) who paid our fare, told us how to get to the other airport and tipped ...