Hotel Libertador Lima
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Room was decorated in late '70's. I had been told that this was a very nice hotel. Very disappointed.
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... of vegetables. Spices are well done – not too much and not too little. Rosemary, thyme, sometimes cumin and coriander. So I am enjoying the food. And yes, for my Peruvian readers it is better than the food in Ecuador- though Ecuador is nearly is good (I can say this with no worry as I am unlikely to ever set foot in Ecuador again)
In terms of adventure my only near death experiences have been limited to a few lately. One was tripping and ...
... This was cheap, though not en-suite and without breakfast. The building had natural light, high ceilings and a church-esque feel to it, so we decided to go with it. We found we could climb onto the roof of the hostel and did so; then took in breakfast and strong coffee from the attached small cafe.
We knew we had limited options for getting out of Lima, and so decided to try to head straight for Ecuador on one of the long bus journeys. ...
... he would contact me later. Next day no contact the tour bus arrived an hour late and had the wrong name on the itinerary. Which turned into a big hassle. Everything else went OK after that for the rest of my tour. DO NOT BOOK WITH KARIKUY TOURS UNLESS YOU WANT FOOD POISONING, BROKEN BONES, AND THE FEELING OF BEING RIPPED OFF!I PAID OVER A 1000$ FOR TEN DAYS. MY EXPERIENCE DID NOT ADD UP TO THAT AMOUNT! THANK YOU KARIKUY AND ...
Flying into São Paulo from Lima Brazil had just won 3-1! Over Croatia there was fireworks being left off all over the city. It was a massive celebration.. After a long 16hour transit we got into Salvador airport at 0130. Daniela had a driver pick us up from the airport and take us to the apartment in Barra. It cost us R100. We are right next to the FIFA fan fest. The apartment is small and dirty but it does the ...
... d be a good idea to check in somewhere else where we had more space to re pack before sunny Central! Saying this, we ended up in a funny little guest house with the tiniest room with the tiniest double bed.
So long South America! The next part of this blog will be written from Central America!
(Sorry about the bad grammar, it's really hard to find the apostrophe and colon keys on these ...