Lima Wasi Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lima
I updated this last night, but internet was playing up and I didnīt manage to get it posted so here it is!
So just got to the hotel after a 4 hour flight to Madrid and a 12 hour flight to Lima, Peru! Should actually be knocking out but buzzing way too much. First thoughts as I walked out the airport - …
So we have literally been at the hotel for about 10 minutes, four of us are already sitting at the computers.. I think this says more about us than anything else. The flight including transit time took over 15 hours, and even though its only 8pm here in Lima I am pretty sure bed will be the next stop on this adventure. But yay we made it!! (and so …
Well I've made it to Lima. The flight was, shall we say, smelly. I blame the chick peas served on the first of four feeds!The flight was packed full, no upgrades available as I did ask! . The airport was amazingly quiet and calm on arrival, no chickens or any other livestock in sight! Customs was a breeze, id go as far as to say friendly! My taxi …
... like a home by the end of our stay, which I suppose really was for the better given the amount of time I ended up spending there. I really fell for the roof top terrace, and spent a few afternoons reading in the sun, and one night drinking red wine with the other guests.
One of the reasons I liked Miraflores was, again despite what everyone tried to tell us, the bus system. One trip cost maybe 50 cents, and you can ...
... They thought of them as dogs and treated them the same. Also, the Spaniards wanted to convert them to Catholicism and the history of how they presented Catholicism in Peru is really interesting. The Incas believed in a trilogy – sky, earth (mountains) and water. And it was a maternal kind of religion – women produced men and women were revered. So the altars ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking