Miraflores Hostal Senorial
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... as well as the dust!
Strangely we´ve felt immediately settled - embracing the shared bathrooms with bins for the loo roll (maybe it´ll take Brad a little longer!), noisy rooms and arty people randomly sketching, playing the guitar and singing. The hostel we´ve stayed in doesn´t seem massively social (struggling to stop viewing some of the "arty" inhabitants as pretentious.... maybe they are??)
Weather around 20C makes ...
... instant bounts of itchiness. So conquering hotel room carpets, coloured bedding blankets that probibly never get washed (my toes are curling as we speak every time I touch the blanket....and is probably why I have a cold because I'd rather freeze) or that I didn't run out the shower when I realised it had the last guests soap still in it...I think shows personal growth and perspective. Because looking around at some of the airport suburbs...at least I ...
... However, we weren’t prepared for how cold it was. The first, of three nights, as there was no heat in the room, I froze my ass off but when we added more blankets, the next two were better…..except for the excruciating pain the second night. Good news, however, I’m sure I must have completed passed the tiny second stone as the pain has disappeared. So now, I’m really good to ...
... had lovely views of the coastline.
Back in a cab to my hotel for a shower and rest before heading back to Miraflores for the night tour on the same big red bus. This tour took you to the fountain park 'Magic Water Circuit' where we were guided through ten or so of these pretty fountains before watching a laser light
display. Back to the main square of Miraflores for a late night snack of ...
... the palace of government. We wandered around the pedestrianised streets and wound up at the San San Francisco Convent, a wonderful 16th Century building. Aside from a church and monastery it also contains a library and catacombs. We decided to go on the 40 minute tour, which proved to be a whistlestop tour through the convent, as everyone wanted to know more about the catacombs, where you can see the bones and skulls on display following an excavation and cataloguing ...