Machu Picchu Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... have an early lunch. We ate at the hostals restaurant, in the exact same seat we sat in a few hours before when having breakfast. We both ordered Peruvian dishes and ate every last bit of it. It wasn't long till we had to get to the bus terminal so we got the hostal to call a cab and in two minutes we were on our way.
We expected to see a few tourists at the bus terminal but we where the only ones, sticking out like sore thumbs as we wandered to find out gate. We checked our ...
... put in a taxi. I started to be stressed. Because I wanted to be back, before midnight Danish time, to make a notice of my memories for my father. Back in the city, first we couldn't go in to the hostel, when that was fixed, I couldn't get my backpack from storage, which hold my iPad. I lost it. I was just so sad, and I started kicking the door in anger, surely leaving the to Danish guys, speech less. I don't want to think what they thought of me at that point. ...
... have ever tasted.
The food market was an upscale one, beautifully done- the fruits and vegetables were artistically arranged on the tables; it made for some great photos. We tried 8-10 fruits we have never seen before and only grow in Peru. We also visited the fish stall where they showed us a variety of fish and shellfish that the Peruvians enjoy. It is a tradition that the Peruvians eat fish only early in the day (lunch) because they ...
We stayed in Medellin for a few more days waiting for our flight to Peru. I cricked my neck in the night so bad I couldn't move for a few days haha so we didn't get up to that much. Luckily the hostel had a nice common room with English movies so I could recover there. We had to get a night bus back to Bogota for our flight which was the worst! I managed to buy some co codamol from a pharmacist for 'tengo mico' (I have monkey in my neck) which knocked me out pretty good for the ...
... but we'll see how that goes when we're struggling on the bikes at 5,000 metres. The area of Lima we stayed in - called Miraflores - is pretty nice, as are the neighbouring neighbourhoods Barranco and San Isidro. They are all set along the cliff edge on the coast with lots of restaurants, cafés and characterful old colonial houses. Lima is an incredible cultural melting pot with major European, Chinese, African and Arabic ...