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... Johnathon our guide in the main square we were taken to our lodging for the night. This was a most unusual building that resembled a fire escape stairway, mostly open to the elements with a couple of rooms located on each level. The room was comfortable enough with a big bed, bathroom with a shower that delivered a torrent of cold water or a trickle of hot. At four am we woke and breakfasted, taking care not to exceed the one bread roll per ...
Wow - what a great start to our trip! Just cross my fingers and hope the next 32 days are just as smooth! (Somehow I doubt it). Chari took us up to the station at 7am (yes, I've been up since 4am - who needs an alarm?) and the train was on time and a super express! We were at Central by 9am! Then the train out to the airport - all good! The opal card helps make everything run smoothly - no lining up at the ticket machine, searching for change, hoping to ...
Ok well this is basically an unpdate post on various things I forgot to add about Lima. Mike is catching up and reading the blog and reminded me of things that we should add. He said we should make it a potpourri post and I asked what he was talking about. He said on jeopardy! Every once and awhile there's a topic that's just random things and it's always called potpourri. Also for those of you not signed up for the email updates (You should if you want ...
Well friends we are in Lima! We arrived last night and hopped a cab to the hostel. We didn't really have much figured out. No idea what the exchange rate was. No idea what taxi to get into. No idea how much it should be from the airport to the hostel... But we did some quick airport research and hopped in a "green taxi" which is more expensive but safer. There was some confusion about where our hostel was but we got it all sorted. The area around the airport is ...
Our second day in the city was less interesting than yesterday's thought-provoking one. We went off around lunchtime to see what the centre had to offer. The morning was spent taking advantage of the Marriott's computer to print off boarding passes and making train bookings for Sunday's trip to Machu Picchu. Our repeated attempts to get permits to actually set foot on the site were wholly unsuccessful as the online payment part ...