Hotel Soul Mate Inn
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... would've been to leave today, but Sam is still tied up in Paracas and he and I are headed inland on a 24hour bus so I said I'd wait. No big thing. Eddy and I got back on the beer pretty early. He introduced a coin game I since remained as Tiger Shark Inferno. We eventually involved most of the hostel. I crashed out about ...
... by a restaurant showing the Gloucester game, after many offers we settled for a 2 course small meal for about £5! I had ceviche and Gallina. The ceviche was obviously seafood, but different to what we'd have before, in Belize it was conch meat, here they used white fish, which almost seemed raw. But was very nice. The Gallina was shredded chicken with rice and potatoes covered in some sort of creamy sauce. I can't describe ...
... pay more tax. So they avoid this for as long as possible. Thankfully the weather in Lima is dry if a fairly constant shade of grey. The whole family will live in the same house for fifty years or until it falls down... There's about three generations living in this house and they were all in attendance. I hadn't been feeling that great all night and when Will's favourite plastic chair gave way under my freshly fatted carcass, I decided it was time to call it a night.
We spent the day walking around the neighborhood. Armando forgot that he has been walking for 2 1/2 weeks and this was my first day - at the end I was VERY tired, but no blisters!! We went shopping at the artisan markets where they sell souveniers, some cheap stupid stuff, some really nice stuff, tried to get my carry-on strap fixed that broke on the ...
... is the first breakfast we have had since we left London, not through choice but due to stress and lack of time as we race about re-stocking up on everything. We take our time to enjoy this one! At a pharmacy we discover you don't need a script for most of the things we need to re -buy and we stock up on altitude sickness, dodgy tummy and some psoriasis meds. Now just a few more trekking items to buy and hopefully we are set! We make our way to ...