The Place of Miraflores Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... corn, pumpkins, beans and fruits like cherimoya, lúcuma, pacae, guayaba.
The houses were built near plantations or close to irrigation channels and typically for this time made of reed and adobe.
With the arrival of the Wari who overthrow ...
The next day we went to Taquile Island which is famous for its weaving and knitting (UNESCO status). The women weave and the men knit. Like Amanati Island they also do Homestays. Each Homestay visitor is 'rotated' so that every resident gets an opportunity to have some guests. Everything ...
... continually changing color schemes. One of the fountains forms a 35 meter tunnel to walk through. Another, the Children’s Fountain, is an interactive games of fountains where the goal is to stay dry, but timing is of the essence. The show that we had made a point to see is a laser and picture show projected onto the 120 meters of water jets all synchronized to music. The take away from this massive display of water, as I understand it, is the way in which one of ...
... a buffet, funny that we were in peru and our first proper meal was a chinese buffet but there we go! That's what we felt like at the time! Saw lots of people selling tiny puppies which were so cute! Also walked around the central market which stank of fish and meat! Then popped into the supermarket for supplies for tomorrow and then back to the hostel for some tv and then early to bed as we were soooo ...
... I would just be without my pillow.
At least there was only one seat on the 3:45 am bus to the Las Islas Ballestas so we didn't have to consider that difficult choice and could sleep in a little more. We ended up barely catching the 7:30 am bus to Nazca and the company kindly rushed us on last minute--grabbed tickets, chucked our checked bags, and jumped on. We left in the gray drizzle from what seemed like a pretty typical city. And that was Lima.