Business Tower Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Our shoulders and chests were very sore to say the least.
Made us hungry for dinner though, steak, sweet potatoes and veg at the hostel, with beers of course.
Leaving today (4th) for our 21 hour coach journey to cusco, and the start of our machu picchu adventure (7th & 8th). Hopefully see some decent views going up through the mountains from sea level to 2700 metres!!!
... trying to get on the bus, but when their prime objective is survival at all odds...my western view of the world that everyone is the same, some of us just started the race closer to the finish line, is being constantly put to the side as if I followed my natural instincts I would probably be still standing in a que at the train station, with no cash to buy a ticket. So with these learnings in mind I am off to go fill the toilet with cups of water to ...
Final day in Peru back in Lima ended up being a shopping day - had to happen eventually! On reflection, Peru is a very diverse country with different landscapes and cultures, and three languages. It is shame that 33m people have not progressed further and cannot help thinking that corruption is the route cause and perhaps even deeper than they admit it to ...
... where the people who went to Machu Pichu come back aboard, so we stop over night in case they can't get back the first day, but fortunately they did get back. We hadn't booked a ship tour as nothing looked to exciting, so with the warning about thieves etc that the ship had put out pretty well everybody on board had booked a ship tour, so all the organised tours were full, imagine the shore excursion office were rubbing their hands with glee. Anyway they were ...
... Lima recommended by Francis, called Barranco. Whilst trying to find the sandwich shop which we were assured sold the most enormous sandwiches in the whole of Lima, we stumbled upon a chocolate museum. In reality, this was a chocolate shop where they give you a brief tour of the choccie-making equipment and (pitifully few) free samples. We stopped for a few minutes before setting off again in search of our stomach-busting dinner... only to find that sandwich heaven is shut on ...