- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I am not going to lie, leaving Cusco was difficult. It had been my home for nearly two months, the longest I had stayed anywhere in a year and apart from two nasty infections, I had immensely enjoyed every minute and experience in this ancient Inca city. However, just a short plane ride away and I was whisked into the third largest city in South America, Lima. I had flown into Lima for a very special reason. I had booked myself on a three day tour from Lima to see the Nasca lines ...
... church next to the park but then escaped and bred. Now they just roam the park. Most are quite happy to be picked up and touched and kids take bags of cat biscuits to feed them. Lots are just laying in balls, like lots of little Cuba's all over the ground. Then I walked down towards the beach cliffs to the Larco Mar shops which are cut into the cliffs. Peruvians must be wealthy, lots of designer stores. Then ...
... a connecting flight at 12:55pm. He said if I ran I would be able to just make it. He moved me up to the front of the plane so I could be the first person off. I moved as fast as a I could form Gate 60 to Gate 40 and when I got there the flight hadn't left but the Gate was closed. Luckily a lady came out and I told her my connecting flight had been delayed and she very kindly told me to run and she would tell them to ...
Today is a day I've been looking forward to for a long time, not because it's our last day of course, but it's the start of the premier league! I make an effort to wake up early to watch Arsenal's opening game of the season, only to have wasted my time as we lost 2-0 to West Ham! After much apologising to Nat that I woke her up, we grab a taxi out to Barranco. We ...
Eager to fit in with the locals regime, we have booked a morning surfing lesson, with a very insecure man, who was incredibly persistent or forgetful to keep asking us how's the lesson going? And constantly telling Nat to keep positive, as if every time she fell she was going to give up! Besides that the lesson was good fun, as Nat decided surfing should be done on ...