Hotel Los Olivos
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... to charge a ridiculous price, when we finally caught a cab it ended up moving about 2 meters before it broke down. So off again to find another taxi. 10 minutes later we finally got to the restaurant and Bruno headed straight for the food, didn't take him long before he polished off his first plate, but after that he was able to relax a bit. I tried to eat as much as I use to be able to, but I just didn't have it in me, I feasted way to much and struggled to ...
Day 86 - Sun 22nd. Feb.
A morning to look around the central area of the city before our afternoon flight to Lima via Santiago.
We arrived in Santiago before we left Aukland (big time difference plus a crossing of the international date line) but did not reach our Lima hotel until 6 ...
... pisco sour. Expensive but worth every penny as I was feeling pretty squiffy when we left after only one drink! No alarm call the next day which was pure bliss after next to no sleep on the overnight bus. Psychologically I still don't think I'm over the bus crash. A quick visit to the local chocolate museum and then churros and chocolate for brunch we then waited back at the hotel for our bus to ...
... Lima towards the end of the month and Sam is 'fed up of big cities'. I doubt I'll see the ladies again but him and I will be catching up in a couple of days to head to some ruins inland.
Cruz Del Sur buses and terminals are some of the nicest and cleanest public spaces I've been in in Peru (and Bolivia, and probably most of South America). Certainly the nicest bus terminals. The one in Ica is a run down same-as-anywhere-else place which kinda sums up ...
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Copyright 2001 by Richard Tarnas
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