Miraflores Suites Centro
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... places (which makes sense as it's all about the wilderness and forestry) Peru is a must visit for anyone travelling to South America and as I keep saying Macchu Pichu is something you must see in your lifetime. I'd give the place an 8/10. Instead of posting photos page by page I have uploaded the lot onto galleries, as the connections I have aren't that good. Photos: Peru ...
... be a different story.
I arrived at the Dragonfly Hostel in Miraflores pretty late at night so I climbed quietly into my bunk bed careful not to wake the others in the dorm. Ahh, a bunk bed. Hostel living is definitely different but worth it! $12 a night made my wallet very happy! The next day I started meeting some of the other backpackers. I originally started telling them that I needed a few ...
... papayas (cause I'm cool like that) a medium sized papaya gives you 225% of your daily recommended vitamin C! Also it has an enzyme in it that helps with digesting, although the enzyme is higher when the fruit is still unripe. We booked a tour for that night, and opted to head to old town for the day. The lady at the hostel gave us a map of old town and highlighted some things to do and see and told us how to get there on the bus. It's S/ 1.20 per person. 3 S (soles) = 1 ...
... it looks certainly liked European structures vibe in that spot.
the fews stop by museums...
1. Bodega and Quadra Museum
2. Peruvian Literature House - Desamparados train station
3. San Francisco Church and Convent and do not wanted to go in the museum
4 La Muralla Park
the times goes fast....already started the sunset...back to hotel.
Early to bed!
... we had conquered the basic lingo in a few days so we should be reasonably good in a few weeks. Peru is 3rd largest county in South America and is 5 times the size of the UK but with a population of 30 million, 1/3 of which live in Lima. As this is only a fleeting visit to Peru before we dive south into Chile we will be following a standard route known as the 'gringo trail.' Upon arriving into Lima airport at 00.30am we were expecting a horrendous journey, so we splashed out a bit to ...