Hotel Ferre Miraflores
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Great place on quiet street close to ocean walkway. Breakfast is buffet style and pretty good. WiFi not always reliable!
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Day 106 - Sat. 14th. Mar.
While we slept the boat had made its way back to Iquitos. A sad moment as we made our way to the airport for our flight back to Lima. Sad as we left the Amazon Rain Forest but also with the realisation that, apart from a few days on the beach in Mexico, our adventure was coming to a close.We had dinner on the pier in Lima and an early night ready for our 04:30 departure ...
... remembered), Lan have a policy of only providing a vegetarian meal to those that confirm 24 hours before the flight. I had not known this and as such the first leg with Lan to Auckland resulted in my food being supplemented with bread roles from first class, although in my opinion this wasn't an entirely bad outcome. Knowing this I stocked myself with some vegetarian food in Auckland, which I didn't actually need as one of the meal options was ...
... the american style pancakes I usually make, but no complaints were made! It was the first time Jessie had tried pancakes so in my mind I couldn't lose.
I spent the remainder of the morning working on a new early leadership program with Mili, reviewing the program Hannah and I had co-created for Puerto and making some changes to the model. We worked for 3 hours before taking another food-related break (of course). Jessie made my favorite tuna ...
... Cordano, which looked like something out of the Wild West, with swing doors, waiters in waistcoats and a very long bar with a mirror above it. It was built in 1905 and served tasty pork and cheese sandwiches, which we of course tried. We drank chicha morado, a purple corn drink that tastes like cloves, or as I put it, cold mulled wine without the alcohol. Feeling exhausted after travelling halfway round the world, we had an early night.
Today was our final day in Lima. It began with time to pack in the morning. Just after lunch, we left for Hejios for the community farewell. We didn't have our regular bus driver today and our new driver didn't know where the office was. He knew it was in Chorrillos, but did not take us the route we usually go, so we all had difficulty telling him any directions. It took a very long time to get there. By the time we picked everyone up and got to the community, we were quite ...