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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Mit dem Nachtbus (wieder einmal) von Cruz del Sur fuhren wir von Arequipa direkt nach Lima zurück. Dank unseren beiden super Sitzen an der vorderen Fensterfront im oberen Stock hatten wir eine prima Aussicht auf die Umgebung. Leider bekamen wir so auch den nicht immer sehr vertrauenswürdigen Fahrstil des Chauffeurs näher als gewollt mit.
... instead, we quickly checked into the hotel and then entered back into the frenetic fray that is Lima's Miraflores district. Compared to Cusco's colonial beauty, Miraflores, despite being one of the city's most affluent and touristy areas, is simply a bland and drab place to be. One area of interest was the Kennedy Park, which is also known as the Cat Park. Here, people who can no longer looks after their cars, take them and put them in the park. In ...
We had a great night's sleep in our new clean and not smelly hotel room. Oh what a difference it makes!. We have a junior suite and we love it!!. We are up early and ready for the much anticipated Rubina's day. This is a gathering of all Rubinas of all ages coming together to celebrate our and Luz Maria's clans arrival to Peru. Cesar and Claudia are the organisers of today and we are for ever thankful! This will be a very special day. We can't wait to see all ...
... we had yet to follow up on this plan, and we thought, if we don't start doing this now, we never will! So we decided to bite the bullet and commit to it, and hence my months of obsessive planning began!
Peru is such a large country with an extremely wide variety of potential places to explore. Initially we looked into doing a little bit of everything…exploring the Amazon Jungle, going to Lake Titicaca (the highest navigable lake in ...
... to our hostel, which was apparently voted one of the top 20 hostels in the world. The hostel was in a great location at the heart of the vibrant miraflores region of the capital city. We spent the majority of our 3 days in Lima wandering around as there didn't seem like much to do. We went to a cinema across the street, failed at the hostel table tennis tournament and sampled the famous food. Apparently Lima is famous for ...