Hotel El Tumi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... head sitting there for sale. I couldn’t quite fathom what they would be used for other than throwing at Luis Figo? We watched the really exciting Swiss vs Argentina & USA vs Belgium games in a local bar and couldn’t believe the misses at the end of the games by the USA & Swiss they could have both gone through easily. These were our last World cup games until the final and we were a little sad. I predicted a Germany vs Holland final and Zoe went for Brazil ...
... his thighs, his **** was in full view. To and fro he went as we clinched our bags tighter and shuffled and dealt the cards. A scruffy little boy came and stood between us, fingering our water bottles and staring demonically at Beardy until his granny came begging. We were in full Spanglish conversation with a guy about Rummy when we were beeped onto the minibus. Phew! Or so we thought. We parked up around the corner, wondering how long we might be stationary, I opened ...
Up early, well before 08:00 and not a cloud in the sky
Off to find a day trip (in English)
I found a tour to Chavin leaving at 09:00 for S/40. Then I ran around finding a bus to Trujillo I found one, but the lady doing the tickets wasn't there. So I left a note to reserve a seat.
Then it's off to Chavin. First stop a lake at about 4,000m. I feel like a yoyo. Sea level - ...
Planned a relaxation day after the last few heavy days
though the early morning peace was shattered by the local brass band doing a
passeo around the San Francisco parish, a warm up to tomorrow’s activities and
hair of the dog re last night’s – the boozing and dancing did not stop for
... br> This place didn't impress us much, mostly due to the fact that we already spent nearly two months on the Andes, and perhaps also because it's not the right season for walking in the mountains, since it rains almost every day. In the right season, with no rain and no clouds, and maybe doing one of the many multi-days treks, it must certainly be beautiful. What we will remember, however, is a decidedly unattractive city, with the usual indecent traffic and ...