Leon de Oro Inn & Suites
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Up at 3.30am showered and down for breakfast of glorious coffee and croissants. Then back in the white van to the airport at 4.15am!!
Into the checking queue for TA22 to Lima. The airports we have been to and the checkin lines!!
At the back of the bus for a 4.5 hour flight to Lima. Started in clouds and as we fly north west (back in time 2 …
... more patients with a variety of aches and muscle pains, I taught a lot of them how to do exercises and how not to bend down. One ...
... Dead Woman's Pass' at 4200m and the second not much shorter at 4000m. (Of course we weren't starting from sea level, but sometimes it felt like it!) Those Inca sure liked their ...
... restaurant, Amaz on the Wednesday. The ceviche (king fish, cured in lime) was amazing and based on the waiter's recommendation, we had two really good river fish dishes, one cooked in a stew, the other, steamed with herbs in a banana leaf. On Wednesday evening, we took a 15 min cab ride to a beautiful colonial suburb of Barranco and saw a gig in a really cool live music bar. The band was a six piece called "Los Ultimas Incas"- The Last Incas. The music was ...
... to the Humboldt/Peruvian current. I also walked to the historic centre of Lima from Miraflores one afternoon. What in I thought would be a little evening stroll was a trek and a half....over two hours it took me. It was like walking from Forest Hill to Blackfriars!!! The night took a turn for the strange when I encountered a old Bolivian musician who decided we should go for a drink.....a litre of Pisco Sour each! Oh, and a pure ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet