Lima Wasi Hotel
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... unappetising. The weather was very hot and all I wanted was to get inside to enjoy a cold drink, but Adam persisted we walk to the Italian square a little bit further. I dragged behind convinced this square would be a complete waste of time like china town, but we stumbled, accidentally, on a food fair in the square. Eating humble pie we went into the fair which had a long table on the side with all the dishes from desserts, cakes, to full blown meals and to ...
... cars, taxis etc trying to do the same thing. Hundreds of people and kids going to school were walking quickly past the traffic as it was quicker that way. Most drivers were not in there cars as they were at the front looking at the cause. I knew it was an accident and, when everyone ran back to their vehicles (I had been there from 07-15 to 08-15) we crawled forward over the dirt track to the side and I saw the cause of the ...
Our final stop was another night in Lima, as we couldn't get back to Chicago straight from Uyuni. After a full day spent in La Paz we were very happy to get back into the plane to head to Lima. We wee possibly the best ever customers at a tiny coffee shop - having breakfast, tea, lunch and tea again and taking full advantage of their limited Wi-Fi. Our last day was was spent in Miraflores, the hip, part of Lima on the beach. On arriving ...
... piles of trash, vultures pecking away at dead dogs, and rows upon rows of shanty villages. Anyway, Trujillo was a nice colonial town, and we got our first taste of the Fiestas Patrionales (independence day lasts about 2 weeks here). We also visited the beach of Huanchaco, albeit it was cloudy, a bit chilly, and a bit dirty on the actual beach (winter time blues), we had some of the most delicious/cheap/spicy/perfect ceviche ever! The first of many delicious ceviches in ...
... in Miraflores about 10 streets away from the beach. This place reminds us alot of Brisbane and the Gold Coast. But more bleak. Berrrkeerrrk!!! During our last day in Lima, we went to the cocoa choco museo! Fondoo turned into Crepes turned into chocolate fruit skewers and hot spiced chocolates. Boooom! They had to open up the double doors to let us out. Learnt awesome **** about the plant and production and want to make our own! Also ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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