Hotel Vila Santa Miraflores
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Yesterday, we arrived at Peru at about midnight and met Frank, our deaf tour guide for the trip. The highlight of the flight is we met a Peruvian man on the airplane and we had an interesting conversation with him about Peru. He seemed very amazed about us being deaf. Hmmm…
First thing we did for today is visiting an old ruins, Huaca Pucllana. It was discovered in 1980’s and it ...
... s culture! My friend Joann's family lives in Peru. Before leaving she kindly put me in touch with her cousin so we could possibly meet up. Well, between December and February some time, they planned a family reunion for the exact time I would be there! You shouldn't have ;) That meant I would be attending a party with the family in Peru and the family members I had already met in New York! All I have to say ...
... it houses 25,000 books. some of which are from the 16th century (if I remember correctly). The shelves were all different heights, and not straight, and so dusty, but cozy looking. She also said that some people have said that it reminds them of the library from Harry Potter, which I have to agree with. We also got to see where the monks and priests would have gotten ready and ate way back in the day. And got some information on the various paintings and art throughout. ...
... feet but the valley is at 9,000 so you feel a little dizzy and disoriented. We are drinking about 6 bottles of water a day to stay hydrated, and our guide is really good at pointing out all the "facilities" Now the rain starts, we drive yet another hour to reach our resort through the jungle, so we cannot see it in the complete blackness. By this time who cares, we just want beds. What a long day, and tomorrow Machu ...
... beautiful girl- Lua with Angela, the Peruvian doll. We went to a hotel kitchen where they volunteer for Las Manukh Ayuda. Then we met my Peruvian family from yesterday at a kitchen in a hotel. All of us cooked and prepared food for homeless and under priviledged people in Lima. Everyone were so so so happy, decorating food boxes or stirring big pots of lentils. These were mostly young people. Came to know that they have been doing this ...