Hostal Victor - Airport Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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After sleeping on the seats at Santiago airport, we finally boarded the small connecting plane to Lima. I slept for the majority of the flight. Chels had made friends with a backpacker named Alie who was very helpful with Spanish phrases and a few places to check out. When we left the terminal, there must of been a few thousand people waiting to …
It took me about a good 17 hours of traveling to get from San Fran down into Lima, the capital of Peru. My prebooked shuttle was there waiting for me as planned and although he never spoke any English and I don't speak any Spanish, we managed to communicate in the car, while he taught me some basic Spanish words on route. A little apprehensive and excited I went to meet my group later in the evening, they will be my traveling companions for the next 3 weeks. The group is ...
... and the flavor packets for the sours. I know we won't have any trouble filling the extra space in our bags.
One last note before I head off to sleep. One of the clippings on the wall at dinner had the pull quote, "Si viajar is vivir más, yo voy por los 130 años." It translates roughly to, "If travel gives you a greater life, I will live to be ...
... military reports, rises through the ranks, where he never gets into trouble and is known for his dependability, marries, fathers a child, is decorated for bravery, and finally finds himself promoted by the Tsar to the rank of General. Mysteriously, when the Tsar demands to meet this human paragon, he cannot be found. The Tsar, in despair, mutters 'Sic transit gloria mundi', and accords him a state funeral. Meanwhile a Lieutenant Sinyukhaev, ...
... There were van sized busses to American school bus sized busses, with no discernible number system on them nor any regard for safety. We saw one couple hail a bus that was passing by and instead of the bus stopping it simply opened the doors, and the couple ran along side and jumped in! Then there were the cars. The combination of big 4x4s, small tiny cars and hundreds of taxis which looked as if they were as old as us. The cars were diving ...