Wasai Maldonado Eco Lodge
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... all adjusted to the slower and less attentive service. After lunch we hopped back into a tuk-tuk and headed away from the city's main pedestrianized square. The square featured monuments, trees and paved pathways. The road was fully constructed (many roads are dirt roads or grassy verges) making this space fully accessible. Countless shops, bars and restaurants faced into the plaza and taxis, motorbikes and tuk-tuks lined the streets. The most popular modes ...
... San Jose and the underground tunnels used to smuggle slaves. At one point to family had 800 slaves working the fields with a charming little punishment room for those who dared to misbehave/attempt escape. Eventually however, there was an uprising and the father of the family was beheaded outside his own front door. Buenos. Well done if you made it this far. Gold star! I'll blog the rest of the Peru leg when I get back from Machu Picchu. Love to all ...
... wall being one long window providing a view over Lima. The bed was big enough to get lost in and looked like it would be so comfy after sleeping on a plane. Before climbing into bed we decided that we should have a stroll and see if we could find some food. Following the advice from Nevers we headed a couple of blocks up from the hotel the main street through Miraflores. We wandered along the road seeing what was around, taking in the ...
... the flight plan and Gen Dec's stamped by Opercaiones before going to Customs and Immigration so they add their stamps to what has already been stamped. Go to Customs from the public side of the terminal; look for Immigration from the ramp side of the terminal.
The flight to Lima followed the same route as last year. I filed:
SCAR FL100 ARI L525 ILO/FL140 ESIRA/FL100 L525 LIM SPIM
... us lots of rime Lima with a population of 8 million is quite different from rural Cusco with only 400,000 where they seem to be building everywhere but brick by brick Lacamar is a very upscale beach area with a very upscale mall built into the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Below there is a long beach with surfers and ...