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... 3am. The next day was a late start owing to the night before, and so our first task was to find a good place for lunch on Miraflores' much talked about malecon (Spanish for "boardwalk"). Map in hand we set off confidently in what we thought was the direction of the ocean. I don't know why I'm so adamant on my bearings in a place we've never been before (a male thing I guess!), but we ended up getting horribly lost again. Only this time, we couldn't just walk up to any ...
This time, the tour bus came to our doorstep. Jill had found a cheap company running box vans to Arequipa…Peru's second-largest city, and therefore a more popular transit point than Puno. We greeted our driver, Oscar, and took our place behind a French guy and his whiny teenage children. We found their insolence nearly intolerable, taking the "you don’t know how fortunate you are to get to go to Peru" view. Then, in another ...
... in one
corner of the site. A collection of dogs (presumably belonging to the owners)
ran around the site for much of the day chasing the chickens and probably
peeing on any of our belongings on the ground. The site only got any morning
sunshine quite late in the day so was chilly for those of us in vehicles
without fancy interior heating systems. We paid the 15 Soles (about 45 Rands)
each per night for staying at Quintalala but honestly felt if they had spent
... the weekend, lots of amazing food to choose from we settled on empanadas n crepes!! Yummy! We have now started our tour so have checked out of our hostel n now in hotel (which costs almost double for one night then it did for our 3 nights at the hostel!!) it is luxury!!! We met with the rest of our tour n went out for dinner n a few drinks. Up early tomorrow for our trip into the ...
... They even have outside work out equipment which of course we have to have a go on. Jord opts for the "monkey bars" and trys to compete with the guy next to him and I go for the cross trainer that overlooks the 180degree view of the ocean! If we had the climate and equipment back home I swear we wouldn't be an obese nation.
Wandering back into the heart of Miraflores we take in the colourful buildings and dodge traffic until we reach park kennedy which ...