NM Lima Hotel
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Nice hotel between Miraflores and San Isidro. Got everything you need and in walking distance to plenty restaurants, bars, shops, etc.
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... below the cliffs, are some nice beaches. Right now the highs have been in the mid 60s so other than the diehard surfers in wet suits, no one is in the water and few are on the beach. The waves have been tiny little breakers not requiring much skill to ride in. Oddly enough, there is a mini-mall of sorts tucked into the cliff-side. We did not go down to investigate, preferring instead to walk along the parkway, admiring the ocean views. One park is called Lover's ...
... hostel we relax in the room, before walking to a nearby restaurant for a very nice dinner at a posh restaurant without the hefty price tag, for our best meal in a very long time over a bottle of white, which serves as a perfect celebration of our amazing trip! Reality begins to set in as we find ourselves packing our stuff up for the last time, as we fly home ...
... Kola, a Peruvian drink very similar to one of Maureen's favourite drink, Irn Bru. Being Maureen she stocked up and bought two bottles. However, as we were flying to the US no liquids are allowed on the plane, and they searched all bags. She managed to polish off one bottle, but one remained. However, with my quick hand movement, I managed to sneak it on, you could say I was her hero. We soon got on, found our seats and we were off. I was quite thirsty and we only had Maureen's ...
... 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 ...
... Pepe then told us that these people on the street wearing official blue money changers jackets could be trusted, so we exchanged $US100, as did Mel, Lee exchanged $50 and Pepe also changed some money - right there on the street corner with shoppers just passing us by! So extraordinary! But safe! * The free wifi in the hotel is in the lobby and the restaurant (just like the youth hostels in Switzerland) - to use wifi in your room costs, so we signed up - approx. $13 ...