Penascal Surf Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... only has two runways so of course we were delayed almost an hour, which threw off the whole schedule. There was no automation at the airport and we felt really bad for the porters who had to collect our mountain of luggage and deliver it to our 7 waiting tour buses. Just a note on this travel company. I'm hooked and ready to do another tour with them. They are first class all the way, from hotels to guides to ...
Visited downtown for a tour arranged by our hostess to see a private collection of gold artifacts from Pre Inca civilizations. Got back to the house for another spectacular dinner served by Doris and then went to the sea front at Mirafloris to have a cliff top drink and to enjoy seeing all of Peru's nouveau riche shopping at the designer stores. Laura tried unsuccessfully in her quest to find an Alpaca sweater that did not itch - but early morning start again tomorrow.
... kind, generous and welcoming people at every turn of my travels. Not just in Peru; My aunty Lalie and uncle Lloyd in atlanta who set me up when I first arrived in America and my cousin Lihinie who lent me her car. Aunty Dawny and Uncle Claud, aaaaall my friends in Greensboro who made my experience so special (and gave me rides everywhere when my car was no longer an option), ... Of course Emily and Peder for being my adopted family and supporting ...
... draining but it has to be done I guess. Then once we cleared security, we had to wait like another hour before our flight back to Lima. It was late when we arrived back into Lima but we still went out as a group for our final meal with Jhonatan. It was a great night out and we'll all be sad to leave and say goodbye to Jhonatan early tomorrow morning. Tomorrow, it's onwards in our journey of South America as we venture forward two hours to a new time zone and a new country in ...
... shop called La Lucha. What an experience trying to order from an exclusively Spanish speaking staff with an exclusively Spanish menu. The funniest part of the ordering process was when they asked for names. Ric told the cashier "Ric, R-I-C" repeatedly only to receive a look of complete confusion. We were getting nowhere so I decided to yell out "RICARDO" and viola - instant name recognition! I made sure to tell them I was Esteban when I placed my order.