Hotel San Remo
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... some places had put in some effort, it was nothing major. 1/11/12: Friday morning I woke up at 8 (best sleep yet) and had another ****** breakfast. I then hailed a cab back to downtown Lima. Despite Mums warnings (which I will heed in Bogota), hailing cabs off the street was not an issue. In fact, they were the nicest people and it was a primo opportunity to practice my Spanish- as most of them didn't speak any English. I started at San Martin Plaza, ...
... we were being watched by a group of blokes who found this hilarious!!!! After we reached the holiday camp which stopped us going any further we crossed over and walked up to the higher level to follow back to Marflores, not a simple as it was meant to be because the road wasnt straight, we ended up in an area with gorgeous houses but all with very good securing, all with good reason really as the area looked a little rough! managed ...
... forever to order and deliver when all 17 of us go somewhere so it is really late by the time our food arrives. We decide to have desert for dinner as it's late & we don't want a full meal - Sally has a delicious but sickly sweet lemon meringue pie while Adam has the biggest ice cream crepe ever seen - not the best idea as the temperature is dropping! By the time we finish & walk back to the hotel it is 1am and everyone is ready to hit the hay!
The next ...
... temperature indicator which
soon went past 20 ̊.
We had picked up some
info from other overlanders about a place in Nasca called La Maison Suisse
where we understood we could camp in the car in their garden. This turned out
to be true and in fact there were a couple of overland truck company trucks
parked there along with a German couple in their camper. But that was about it
because the supposed hot water showers didn’t materialize as with ...
... s most elegant shopping street back in the day, now you buy almost anything from fruit and yapping toy dogs to exchanging of foreign currency (no shop needed).
Parque de la Reserva
Renowned for its famous water fountains and I sure was impressed. There are 13 really impressive water fountains. It definitely rivals the Belaggio water fountains and there wasn´t even music playing. The Fuente Magica was one of the most impressive with ...
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