Hotel Soul Mate Inn
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Today we walked to the huaca Pucllana, an archaeological complex right in Miraflores. It was an administrative and ceremonial center of the Lima Culture built around 500 AD. It was known that this mud hill was an important site, but not until 1981 permanent works on the archaeological complex including excavations and ...
This time breakfast was served by Cesko and his dad, they were so sweet making sure was had everything! We decided to see the famous Miraflores area, took the Metro bus and walked to the Kennedy park which a pretty park full of stray cats... A strange sight welcomed us when we saw a couple obviously having a lot of fun in front of all the walkers-by!! We then started walking aimlessly, looking at the beautiful houses... This part of the city definitely seems quite wealthy... ...
... he came out of the office with a stack of papers (I’m assuming it was the photocopies from yesterday) and then stamped my passport with the exit stamp.
While we were making our way through the Duty Free shop, we heard one of the Zumba songs. So bags got dropped and the Zumba routine started… remember we hadn’t slept much and were a little bit stressed about getting out of Quito!
Fun and games over, we headed towards a gate to ...
How hard can it be? A taxi to the airport and then a flight to Lima - simple. It was, until the demonstrations in Juliaca (not sure if it was still just the Miners) closed the roads. Our driver thought he had found an open route and then there they were! (the demonstrators). So then it was a bumpy jaunt through fields, a new 'subdivision' (Shanty Town) which ...
... and finally we were admitted to enter this grey, nondescript building without a name on the outside, nor any indication of this being a synagogue. We were warmly welcomed by the rabbi while we watched the same door guard checking under each and every chair in the sanctuary for anything suspicious; we assumed she was looking for bombs. At exactly 7 pm, the room was ¼ full with many light skinned, but also some very dark skinned Peruvian Jews. The room was filled with ...