Inkari Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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At breakfast this morning I chatted to a couple of Canadian guys who had arranged a tour of Victor Delfin's art studio tonight at 6pm. Would they mind if I came along, I asked them. They were too polite to say yes they would mind, so I gatecrashed their party. The studio was down a flight of stairs toward the pool, and sat on a terrace overlooking the ocean. After a bit of confusion on where they were to meet, we all finally met up and ...
... towards the Jockey Plaza, a posh shopping centre containing a Hard Rock Cafe. After an hour long bus journey we had an enjoyable lunch of nachos and a chicken burger, whilst I enjoyed my last Pisco Sour. We returned to Miraflores by bus, and decided on a whim to buy a bottle of Pisco, so I could make these yummy cocktails at home. We popped to the shop nearest our hostel and grabbed a bottle of plonk, before hastily returning to the hostel to repack our bags and wait ...
... can't afford to see their own artefacts. Back to Miraflores and time for a walk down to the cliffs above the beach to the love park. It is a Friday afternoon and there are people out enjoying themselves, surfing (apparently the water temperature is only 12 degrees), paragliding, rollerblading and walking their dogs and their kids. Fantastic food, had Italian for dinner, very reasonable. P.S. Mark S they have great surfing In Lima, as well at least one surf ...
... Yesterday, Mike received a hug from our taxi driver who also kissed my hand! However, we were advised immediately not to use public transport (taxis are cheap but as you know, we love to use buses and trains) and certainly, all the properties are gated, wired and guarded. However, we have enjoyed using the little local shops, buying fruit and bread at silly prices and joking with the locals. We even had all our washing (four huge bags) done and ironed ...
... of a cactus. Having expressed an interest and saying that we had not tried one, they all set off up the hillside in search of a good specimen. When they return, the peel it for us to try ( very nice!) and a heated discussion then ensues as to which variety is best. We explain to them that we were a little bemuse when we saw signs in the juice stalls for "tuna juice" explain that in English this would be a fish juice which they found hilarious.
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