- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... office in London, I spoke to my bank to ask for advice and to be honest, the only people who actually were any help, were my friend Helen and my parents. We made some basic plans between us for what to do for the next 5 weeks and carried on. After enjoying Paracas and heading back to Lima on Friday morning I got to the embassy to find out they shut on Friday afternoons and all weekend too. Rubbish, so we checked into a hostel and spent the ...
We arrived in Lima and boarded our 'Peru Hop' bus which would be home for the next 8 days. Peru Hop is a new company that has only been running for about a year and is marketed at backpackers as an easy, safe and affordable way to travel throughout the South of Peru whilst taking in all the sites and meeting plenty of other backpackers along the way.
Our guide for the trip was called Nielo and he ...
... that between getting local buses, taxis to and from hostels and bus stations as well as tours, the cost was equal, if not somewhat cheaper on Peru Hop. It also visited all the places I was intersted in.
I set off on Friday morning with a number of others from my hostel, who I had till that point not met, but would soon be firm friends with. We drove through parts of Lima to get some history of that and were then on our way. We stopped ...
... 163;2 i could take photos so i thought why not. Now if these were infact alien skulls like he said surely the cabnet they were in would be locked and he wouldnt handle them for me to take a good picture? When he had the skulls out he showed me that a normall skull was made of 4 pieces however the alien ones only had 3. He had another one under a cloth which he told me was one of only two in the world, one is in USA and one is in mexico...think he got ...
... stand up. Lying down is faster while standing up allows you to cut shapes across the sand. Over the course of the next four sand dunes I completed a mixture of the two. One particularly memorable descent saw me tipping over the edge and standing for the duration of my ride down the slope getting faster and faster. Somehow I remained on my feet until the bottom of the slope where I narrowly missed face planting the sand ...