La Hacienda Hotel and Casino
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... glaciers with small villages in the valleys. Cusco is the sentimental capital of Peru and is quite large (population 500,000). There is organised chaos at the airport, with several taxi drivers trying to take our fare. We finally found Wilbert, the driver organised by our accomodation to pick us up and drive us the 30km to Pisac. The roads were narrow and windy with lots of beeping of horns - this seems to indicate either I'm here, watch out ...
I had a free day today so had a choice of visiting the famed Larco Museum, or go swimming with sea lions. Following on from my adventures of swimming with stingrays and turtles, I decided to go for the trifecta. Fernandez was summoned again to deliver me to the port of Calleo – it was quite a treat for me having my own driver at my beck and call at this spectacular hotel – I felt very celebrity worthy.
Along the coast ...
... doesn't feel like a third world country in Latin America. I met up with Jenny again and we checked into a nice hotel in Miraflores which is near the beach and we went for a walk to check out the coastline, and get some food. On the walk down there it was 5 minutes before we got offered weed by some creepy guy, right out the front of a church at about 4pm in the afternoon. First impressions of the city- Lima has incredible surf! the coastline is ...
... are doubling the number of lanes to two either side. Not much traffic so not sure why but the road works must have stretched for a solid 60 miles. Most scenery was hazy but there were some interesting sections but... the new camera will not focus correctly so the later pics are no good. Have played with it tonight and it still is not good.
In the last couple of weeks I have had major issues with the laptop ( ...
*Disclaimer* Excessive cynicism and sarcasm are K´s doing.
And here it finally is, the story you've been waiting to read, the glampacking adventures of D and K! At last we make it to Lima - after freezing on the plane for 5 hours, serviced by flight attendants who are not unfriendly, but not friendly either. Quite a feat.
Any doubts about our staying in Lima for only a little over 24 hours are wiped away when the dull, communist ...