Hostal Victor - Airport Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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3 flights and almost 25 hours after leaving Christchurch we finally arrived at our Hotel. We checked in and I figured it would be a good chance to finally get some rest as I think we managed a maximum of around 3 hours rest over the three flights. Unfortunately within the first 2 minutes of being there I made the mistake of looking out the window and spotting a gym, actually the mistake was telling Bruno there was a gym right outside. ...
... were planned - amazing Gus on the bus, Ben and his interpretive dancing, lairy Jemma, and our mental and lovely smelling Norwegians - you guys have been fantastic traveling companions, and although thanks to what'sapp I feel like you haven't left, I can't thank you enough for a banging few weeks. Kudos. After a farewell Starbucks we all have a good cry and flash goodbye to Hakuna matata - xxxxxxxxxx On to paracas and huacachina where I will try to take some pics. Safe travels ...
... Peruvian cuisine. It is apparently the best in South America and it did taste very good. We learned how to cook ceviche (it's all about freshness and eating it as soon as the fish is mixed with the juice), Papa a la Huancaína (potatoes covered with a sauce made of Peruvian peppers), and Aji de Gallina (shredded chicken with a different sauce from the same Peruvian peppers and rice).
... violent and would instill fear in their villagers through human sacrifice. We studied the evolution of the dress from simple cloth to intricately detailed robes to the Incan warriors' gold armour. Comparing the cultural evolution of these different Peruvian ancestors and their weaponry, pottery and jewellery to the Amazonian tribes was interesting. The early Amazonian tribes' artefacts were comparatively less developed and certainly ...
Margaret and I flew from Panama City to Lima, Peru via Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Crazy and long, but cheaper than any other alternative. We met my dad and my cousin, Sam, in Ft. Lauderdale and flew to Lima together. What a cool opportunity! I haven't seen Sam in 7 or 8 years. We spoke recently and I told him about our plans to travel. I invited him to join us on a segment of the trip and he took us up on the offer (which is what I ...