Hotel San Blas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... woke up to find ourselves next to a small green oasis in the middle of a giant sand valley. On either side of us, there were sand dunes hundreds of feet high, with this small water oasis in the middle of Huacachina with several palms and shops/restaurants around it. It was a truly unbelievable site...one of the stranger and more incredible things I've seen. That afternoon, my friend Tibor and I hiked up to the top of one of the dunes, and the view we found was better than I ...
... or sleeping. We were picked up at the airport and by the time we reached the hotel it was 2am Rio time so we were just a bit tired!
Saturday 22nd August
At breakfast we met up with Jandri who joined the group. She had arrived 2 days previously from Australia and had pretty much recovered from the big trip. We went off on a city tour for ...
... the sculptor apparently misheard and instead placed a Llama on the head of lady liberty! It may not have been funny at the time, but it's a great story for tourists!! Also in the Plaza was the old Lima men's club and the old town hall (which sadly now has a KFC at the bottom). Inside the hall however there was a fantastic glass domed ceiling and an old ford. Jose explained a little about the architecture in Lima, saying that where buildings have been uninhabited for ...
... on 20th May at 7.30am. Air India stuffed us with sufficient food and liquids (this is best about AI). Later we boarded flight from Newark - NJ to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The city of Ft. Lauderdale is beautiful. This is near Miami. I could make out from flight. Airport is compact and busy. Seems to be new one.
Reached Lima at 11 pm and will start out South American adventure from tomorrow..
... calls its Maccu Picchu. But it's nothing exciting as we just pull up to see it from a distance. Sorry Lima, nothing like Maccu Picchu. We drive a bit further to where we have a breakfast stop at a famous bakery on the road which cooks fresh bread in the big outside fire ovens and fill it with cheese, salami, avocado etc for about 2 soles. It was amazing too. No wonder it was packed full of people ordering and eating. We jump back on the bus and make our way down to ...