Thunderbird Hotels Fiesta Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... t manage to get a picture as I wasn't quick enough getting my iPad out. They walk it, bounce on it and do all sorts of tricks as well. A little farther along we saw the taking-off point for parasailers. The Malecón is the prime spot for parasailing in Lima — gliders jump off the cliffs and ride the winds whipping off the ocean below.
We we also saw an archeological site called Huaca Pucllana. More than 10,000 years ...
... Despite their difficult lives, the market traders were all smiles, eager to speak to their guests and offer us what they could. At the bottom of the hill, the sides of which held thousands of houses, jostling for space in the cramped town, we were met by one of the town's leaders - 90% of whom are women - who introduced herself and joined us as we climbed slowly up the hill. As we walked, we passed houses in 4 main constructions, some built on foundations crafted from old ...
... place I would venture on my own, let alone with my Gringo companion, so we decide that maybe we should err on the side of common sense and caution and go somewhere a little more approachable. This is not it!. All this excitement makes me hungry and breakfast is now in my mind. We decide to try Cordanos in the centre of town. This is one of the oldest bars in the country, Cordano is a Lima institution. The taxi driver explains that because it’s located at the corner of ...
... the Beef Kebab and his friend Massiel had something that resembled a Chicken Caesar Salad. Finishing lunch off we made our way off to see some ruins called 'Huaca Pucllana', there wasn't really much to see there, but the fact that they didn't even realise the ruins were there until about 35 years ago was interesting, up until then people use to sit on it and eat their lunch and ride over the top of it on their motorbikes. The ruins had been completely covered by dirt and ...
... short walk away.
By later on day two we were well rested and satisfied. A light tea at a vegetarian restaurant (truly we did!) and then early to bed in preparation for the long ride to Nazca. Some 650 kilometres of which more than 600 are windy and mountainous. Motorcycle heaven again.
The day started well with an early breakfast and gas by 8 am. Sunny and warm, we were getting into our rhythm and enjoying the company of 3 Argentinian riders in close proximity. ...