Santa Cruz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... that night and we were up for 2.45am. We smashed a few bread rolls with jam and a coffee, and headed down to the final gate which gets you onto the final path to Machu Picchu at about 3.20am. We were not the first ones there, but we were nowhere near the last. I reckon we were around fiftieth in a line of about 200 people. With no light other than our head torches, we laid our rain ponchos on the ground and played a game of Frustration and then some cards until the gate ...
... for the umpteenth time on a now very familiar toilet. Full hallucinations, fever, whimpering like a pathetic child, the works. Fortunately, with the help of Imodium, I was able to get up this morning to get to the airport for our flight to Peru. We'd arranged a 10:30am taxi, making very clear that we did not want the driver who picked us up. The taxi showed up at 9:30; yep, you guessed it, Mr Texty himself. We demanded ...
We spent our first night at the Artist Den and it was not the best. Michelle and I had a bad night sleep, partly due to the over seasoned food at Cala and partly due to the room. We decided to head towards Jockey Plaza which is situated in Surco and not far from Aunty Yaya's place. We are due to arrive there at 1pm and it is now 10am by the time we get ready to go (late start this morning...). Taxi journey to Jockey Plaza is about 20 minutes in ...
... decent cup of coffee not any of this instant packet stuff that everywhere seems to insist on! After a coffee chocolate was needed in the form of a course at the choco museo! The thing to see at night in Lima is the magic water circuit. A series of water fountains and light shows set to music, it was pretty impressive to see!! Now to start Peru hop with the first stop being ...
... Long Island Ice teas followed by table tennis and talking to other travellers. There was one guy from the UK who cycled from South Africa to Egypt!! Crazy! They also even had a hostel guitar that I picked up for a bit, luckily the music was loud enlightened that no one else could really here me playing... It's been a while! The hostel seemed very chilled out for a Friday night so we went to bed instead of drinking to the early ...