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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... of machinery and hardware. Now the building houses SUNAT which is Peru's IRS.
And here are just a whole lot of neat buildings and typical balconies you find in downtown Lima.
... their little chicks, able to get super close. No fear of us at all, awesome, just axing that they accept us on their patch. Also saw Iguana 's, Sea Loons, Seals, Nlue footed Boobies, and more. 6.30 back to ship 7.30 Dinner 8.30 Briefing re tomorrow 9.00 pm, 10 of us did a fine job of holding the bar up & kept Pablo the waiter very amused until late, great ...
... br> We got there quite late so we went to see the sunset on the beach, had a cheeky beer and then went out for dinner. I shared food with Kate and Maz, went had a sort of medley of fish. I tried ceviche which was so nice but quite spicy. It's a traditional South American dish when you're near the sea and is made of white fish pickled so it's not really cooked but quite vinegary. Loved it.
The next morning we went to the Ballestas islands by boat, it was soooo cold but we ...
... such a scene in the carriage, and summoning the poor rail stewards to assist her in calling security. Her rantings continued on for most of the journey, with the steward desperately trying to reason with her and calm her down.
Of course, all of this was in Spanish, so I had no clue as to what it was about. My face to face travellers didn't speak English either, so couldn't enlighten me. At the end of the journey, the ...
... out to be fairly easy to avoid them. The neighborhoods where we spent most of our time here in Lima, the above mentioned Barranco and Miraflores, could very well be in any European city. In fact the last three days have been anything but adventurous, as we have indulged in some luxury, a small parenthesis in these past months of traveling. After all that's what we wanted, if only to celebrate the birthday of Nina in a nice way; we decided to turn a blind eye on our budget and stay ...