Maria Angola Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaria Angola Hotel Lima
Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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... that blooms all the time despite the harsh weather. She remembers that when we came out of the jungle I had a bit of a meltdown (literally) about not having an air conditioned bus in the heat and dusty roads. I went up to her very upset and told her it was unacceptable. But soon after, I was having fun and looking forward to the next adventure. She felt vey close to me and sees me as a second mother to her. ...
... wait in the lobby for our room to become ready. To kill some time we went to the hotel cafe for breakfast (fresh juice, fruit, cereals and eggs,sausages and bacon, made good use of the wifi and watched the first 3/4 of pitch perfect 2 (the final 1/4 failed to copy...) We were finally shown to our room around 11am. It was Room #108 and was situated on the ground floor, with a nice view of the fountain in the courtyard (as well as strobe lighting/dodgy wiring in ...
... from a bit of motion sickness so turned it off. There wasn't much else to do after that apart from sleep. It was too dark to play cards so we tried to get an early night which would help pass the time. Apart from waking up on a few occasions and with the help of our ipods we got some good sleep. We woke up around six and in a hours time we got our breakfast. It wasn't anything special, just some bread and jam.
It was 10.30 am the following day when we pulled into the bus ...
... br> Met by Gaelene at the airport and whisked off to watch the sunrise from One Tree Hill. Followed by breakfast in Ellerslie, and a 3 hour hike in the Hunuas. I\t was lovely to see her and she dropped me back to the airport to fly home to Wellington and Jesse, and my life.
Have had a wonderful time, seen many amazing things, made new friends and have many fantastic memories.
... we are eyeballed a mile out by the taxi drivers and we just say yes to the first guy. He says he knows where our street is that the little BnB is on, but he certainly didn't. I usually have the iPad maps going at the same time to track where they are going and actually has to tell him he missed the turn and how to get there. Nonetheless, we get to the house and ring the bell. She seemed awfully surprised two people had rocked up at after 2200 to her place and she had no english ...