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... guy had to report to police! It was only when I began phase two of the day's travel that I found out the story, from three siblings who had been on the same carriage.
Apparently 'Crazy Lady' had encountered the German guy the day before at Machu Picchu. He (and some others) had blocked her path on a track while some llamas crossed in front of them. She caused a massive scene there, ranting that she 'was more important than ...
... of friendly llamas who were kind enough to let us feed/pet them and were not camera shy. From there it was a race down the mountain and a power-walk 6 miles back to where the van picked us up. The ride back was no different than the ride there, except this time with the added bonus of a crying baby and a woman vomiting on the floor! We are now in Lima and tomorrow have a flight Iquitos, the largest city that cannot be reached by road, for the Amazon portion of our ...
... I guess my main questions were why? Why were we doing this? What would happen to the individual pieces of ceramics that we were labelling - would they try and reconstruct them to see what they were? What was the next step? Why did they have so many shells? Carol basically said that none of the fragments that we were collecting would be rebuilt in any way, but it did tell them quite a lot about the era. The ceramics that we had cleaned and labelled all had patterns on them (she showed me ...
... with octopus it was really great. It was served with sweet potato and corn from the cob. Of course Coke Zero S/4 to drink.
Then back to hotel for a relaxing night.
I decided an easy dinner of lasagne from the supermarket. It's soon nice to be able to pop to supermarket and pick up something easy.
Phrase of the day: Tengo una reserva (I have a reservation)
... out to the max in designer gear. Our picnic bag (a battered carrier bag) was looked down on from a great height. The train was so posh! I loved it and Paulo wished he had a Tshirt on that didn't have pit stains! We lapped up the complimentary wine, pisco sours and three course lunch and afternoon tea.....hard life! fabulous train journey!
We arrived into Cusco late in the evening and it was raining cats and dogs. We jumped into an official taxi and headed ...
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Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $226
- Great Hotel
- Love the JW Marriott
- Home away from home in a complicated city
Cercado de Lima, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $160
- This hotel is in a scary area
- So noisy
- Good Location
San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $163
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $48
- Liked the old fasion style
- Faded glory
- Still A Grand Hotel + Machu Picchu The Highlight
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $134
- Un excellent h˘tel
- Ausgezeichnetes Hotel
- Me encantˇ el Melia
San Isidro, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $172
San Juan De Lurigancho, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $147
- Great Hotel
- Servizio fantastico
- Great Service
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $158
Callao, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $217
Miraflores, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $129
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $292
- Toller Platz - ein Besuch lohnt sich
- Great Hotel, Great Service - Stay at the Park
- Great place to visit
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Lima Norte, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $130
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $100
Guardia Civil 727, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $136
San Isidro, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $186
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Lima Central, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $207
- The best hotel in lima
- First Class
- First Rate Hotel
Comas, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $204
San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $92