Penascal Surf Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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So after many months of planning and preparing, Ella and I finally embarked on our trip to South America, filled with excitement at the promise of adventure. The flight was long, so we passed the time watching films, half completing crosswords and drooling over each other as we slept. United airlines managed to somehow load my luggage successfully and yet Ella's rucksack, which was checked in with mine was nowhere to be ...
... trucks and slow vehicles as if we were in a race. Holding on arm rests and each other was common practice. I went to the bathroom 3 times, and not once did I keep from spraying myself. Nevertheless, we experienced some thrill and got to Lima safe. Peru is famous for its food culture. Before embarking to South America, we booked a guided tour to really delve into all the wonderful dishes offered here. Jose, a chef and our guide, trained and lived ...
... a camera? I was introduced to Sebastian's grandmother who volunteered here every Friday. Fridays are full-on for the children and more help is needed on these days. His grandmother was in the kitchen, preparing lunch along with 3 other members of full-time staff. The kitchen is run with military precision. Glisteningly clean metal countertops, abundant with fruits and vegetables. On one counter top was a mountain pile of buttered bread rolls. Another counter had a pyramid of boiled ...
... alone – some buses are painted red, green, yellow or blue. It’s crazy. Lima was founded in the early 1500’s and is a very colonial city with very old buildings with very ornate balconies. It’s a desert climate here, similar to Trujillo – it never rains – maybe once every four years or so they might get less than one inch of rain – but the humidity is bad. They get all ...
... metropolitan city, to me Mumbai and for Aditi, a reminder of Delhi. Mira Flores Inn was a nice cute little b&b with a garden and a rabbit, hopping outside. The check-in process with the older SRK looking hotel manager (Raphael) was a sight to see. He spoke in Spanish, I conversed back in English and broken Spanish (that I remembered from my good old days in England) and Aditi used hand gestures or simplified words to convert my choice ...