Hotel Javier Prado Inn
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... or going out really as one of the lads woundnt get up this morning lol. Me and Elisa got up a few hours later at a much more reasonable time, had breakfast with the German couple again, which was nice. Then we set off to find the pyramid ruins that were about a twenty min walk from our hostel, extreamly random as there are no other ruins of any kind in Miraflores and this pyramid when we found it was huge ...
... from the edge of the box. For music that would be ruined by a drumset it makes a great addition to the rhythm section.
One thing I have noted is that everything takes longer to charge down here. I suppose it has something to do with the electrical conversion. On that note, I must make a correction to my previous entry. This particular house does not have a solar-heated water reservoir like others I see out my window, but a showerhead attachment which heats the ...
... fancy suppers. The first at an Argentine steakhouse, and the second at a two-story place with a spiral staircase designed by none other than Gustav Eiffel. Again, I climbed iron steps designed by France’s most famous architect, but this time it was about 1,000 fewer.
Our flight from Arequipa to Lima was uneventful, and unimpeded by the fog all too common at both origin and destination. Neither of us seemed over the moon ...
... surprise – the speed
humps at the entrance to and throughout the built up areas were for once well
marked avoiding the last minute slamming on of the brakes we had often been
forced to resort to when coming to the unmarked ones we had encountered
elsewhere in parts of Peru.
The parking lot where
we knew we could rough camp overnight in Ollantaytambo was basically just that,
a cleared site not far from the train station with a degree of security in ...
... and ecclesiastical capital of Spanish South America. In 1746 a powerful earthquake destroyed much of the city. The city has since been rebuilt and today it has an estimated population of over 8 million.
Sights to see
Catching one of these relic minibus/ taxis is an adventure in itself. For 1 sole, it´s a steal but I doubt anyone would consider stealing one of these relics, maybe if we were in the 70´s or ...
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