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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... bus journey was as boring as expected, made worse by the woman who was the equivalent of an air hostess for the bus... she was useless and insisted on playing all the films in Spanish (at full volume) with Spanish subtitles then went to sleep and forgot to turn the heating on. It might sound a bit sexist but Peruvian women being useless was to become an unwanted theme of Peru. We arrived in Lima at 4ish, dumped our stuff at the hostel and went for a walk around Miraflores, one ...
Again, not much really happened today. We chilled in the room with the boys and good old Lance, weird Lance who followed us from our first hostel to kokopelli! That evening we then met up with Diego and his cousin and went to Help! Club in Mira Flores. It was a huge place and they had a live band playing for a bit which was cool. Drinks were cheap too. Lucy got with Mark and I drunkenly asked a guy for a banter shag on the way home. ...
Day started off well. Bags were booked to Santiago and we were of course booked to Lima. After discussion with Qantas staff ultimately were able to establish that Peru and Chile were quite different - like Victoria and Queensland! - and they re-tagged the bags. At gate the air-bridge malfunctioned and we were delayed almost an hour while they attempted to detach it from the plane. Then in ...
... of the guards was at 12, The guards, came out of the building did a display and went back inside. It was so boring.
Then a snack at Tanta the Empanda was great S/10 with a surprising expensive Coke zero S/6.5, but it was just off the plaza.
Queirolo - Cholo con Quese S/7
Pata Huareialla S/8
Coke Zero S/2.5
Punto Azul - Tiradito 29
White Wine 12
Phrase of the day: La cuenta por favor (Bill please)
... This is the site that we visited the prior day to learn about the catacombs. After visiting this area, we had lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Yes, that is right - Chinese. Lima has a small Chinatown that was clean and friendly. It is located off one the larger flea markets in the city. In this market - you name it, they probably have a booth for it! Our last stop for the day was a trip to a town called Mira Flores. It is adjacent to Lima and is ...