Casa Nuestra Peru B&B
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Lima
We arrived in Lima after 28 hours on a bus from Ecuador tired and weary. The b&b we checked in to on the first night was being temporarily managed by a grubby looking local with excellent English and a hairless puppy the size of a large pony in the region of Barranco. We found a local Vietnamese cafe for dinner that cost Ģ4 for both of us, but …
... a rare strain of Peruvian potatoes. Both are delicious and probably the best sandwiches we have ever had. So good, we do return to this place just to make sure..
Bars seem hard to find in Peru so after La Lucha we walk past "The Old Pub" apparently and English style pub frequented by expats. Nothing like an English pub back home but it is full of expats, some probably English and some very sorry looking individuals looking like they have lost there way ...
... br> The next day in an effort to change our view of Lima, we set off towards the beach. Success! The suburb of upper class Miraflores was beautiful and the beach was lovely. A stark contrast to areas we had seen. We spent the day checking out the shopping mall in the side of the cliffs overlooking the sea, enjoying a few pisco sours and beers with Jac, Jess, David, Nick and Laura (who were all ending the tour in Lima) and walking along the waterfront. We ...
... stopovers; some 24 hours after leaving the Hotel Monasterio, we arrived at our respective homes in Santa Barbara and Denver.
The long haul offered plenty of time to ponder the merits of international air travel headed Stateside. Here is what I learned:
- The American Airlines airport check-in counter may be open 24/7 in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Oklahoma City, but in Lima they don't even open the shutters until 45 ...
... by profession and runs a childrenīs tv program (I think its rather self explanitory that he is again quite a goof-ball!), Martha the sweetest lady who is head teacher of the school and a mighty fine cook, and all their kids who take after the naughty prankster role models outnumbering us volunteers (although we managed a few revenge tricks of our own not to worry!). It is an absolute blast living with such a big family
Our week is usually pretty jam-packed with ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed