Thunderbird Hotel J. Pardo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seen some of the landmarks on the tour so Rubén took us to a couple of different places. Most of the cities we've seen so far have an 'old town' area and Lima was no exception. We drove past some magnificent buildings, both old colonial mansions and public buildings. Waiting for the traffic to move at one stage, we were stopped beside a guy wrapped in black plastic and sitting in a chair on the footpath. Not sure if it was a gimmick or if he was ...
... make of my red hummingbird shirt) and asked where the town was/what was there and Jose explained that the name means 'corner of death' and is named as such as it is where Peru fought for independence and a lot of soldiers are buried in the main square. (Apparently the clothing brand sponsors the area and profits go to development projects in the area). Jose said this town is still a very typical Peruvian town with people wearing traditional garb and following more ...
... in Byron Bay and will definitely not get in the water". Well, after a bit of reassurance from our surf instructor and the other hippies around the hostel that nobody had ever seen a shark in their surfing lives and that we would only be going up to our chests in deepness at maximum, she got stuck in. Our instructor, Jess, was a local girl in her mid-twenties who has been surfing since she was 4 years old. She was a typical laid-back Aussie, and even more typical of Byron ...
... water displays. We looked pretty stupid trying to take pictures of the water seemingly being ejected from ourselves in funny ways if you know what I mean ;) and Freddy made his first attempt on my life trying to push me into the inch deep torrents of one feature. It was well worth the trip and a good laff. We dined on entrails and intestines before heading back for some chill time. The big lime's a daunting place!!
... under instruction to give the good lady a crown of flames, but nobody thought to iron out the double meaning of the Spanish word for 'flame' (llama), and the hapless craftsmen duly placed a delightful little llama on her head.")
We found a nice little vegetarian restaurant around the corner from Plaza de Armas, and just a few doors down from our hostel. Here we dined and drank a lot of fruit juice before retiring for the evening.