Flight to San Salvador to Lima
Jul 28, 2013
May 20, 2014
Very easy to get through Peruvian customs, and very friendly:) :D
Booked my hostel via internet, and was driven there by the shuttle.
It was an ok hostel, with breakfast too.
When I went in, I was met by a polak, which I talked for some time to. He had been in central lima, which he did not like.
I went to bed after checking the internet, and talking to the other person I shared room with. She had gone to Peru because one of her friends was going there, to commit suicide. Good to know.
I woke up no earlier than 4.00 today. I had to pack my bag, print esta application, be in good time and find out how to get to JFK. Luckily the bag sorting was quick, the kind woman behind the counter helped me with my esta application, and Google was my route planner. But this was the time my luck ran out. At this time in the morning, the shuttle did not go to P4, but only terminal A. I had to take the Airtrain to Newark from terminal A. This went well, and the train to New York penn station was good too. The train from Penn station to Jamaica was fine aswell, but the Airtrains did not work, so I had to get a bus instead. Arriving with time to spare, I went through the customs, got my boarding pass and went through security, everything went well, no esta required. I just had to wait for the plane. Boarded, no annoying people, extra leg room, as nobody sat beside me. 5 hours later, I was in San Salvador. Here I had gotten an email from the hotel if I wanted a shuttle, which I said yes to. I boarded the plane to Lima, which I am on right now. For the first time since my trip started, I am actually up to date with my travel log, awesome. I will return.