D'osma Bed & Breakfast
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That afternoon we ran into Lauren and Finny who were on their honeymoon and had started a GAP adventures tour 8 days prior to us starting ours. We never knew the two tours would overlap but were very thankful as it was very pleasant talking to friends and discussing all the tips for not getting sick and managing the 4 day hike.
Ahead of us was a day in the Sacred Valley before starting the Machu Picchu ...
We have safely arrived in Lima, Peru! Traffic is no joke here, as our driver swerved and swiveled through trucks and other cars. But we're alive and our hostel, Hostel El Patio, is the cutest thing ever. I can't wait until we see what else Lima has to offer ...
... the neighborhood with M, my friend and a local couple. This area is famous for violence and criminalities but it felt normal walking there. I must admit it was in broad daylight and I have no intentions to try it when it is dark. I managed to find a small place where an extra key could be made for the door and we also found and bought some very good avocado’s.
The meals are really simple and sufficient, a roll with peanut butter and jelly, not my taste ...
Today we are leaving Peru and heading to Ecuador. I had a near miss which could have been disastrous. We were checking flight times yesterday. Madam here who has lost her wallet of flight info, accommodation etc etc, had what she thought was the latest version. The one printed off in LAX. That said my flight was at 9:45am. Fortunately, I checked my emails and came across one about flight detail changes. My flight actually left at 7:25am. Trouble was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsD'osma Bed & Breakfast Lima
I love this place, it's my 6th visit ! Can't think of staying anywhere else in LIma, the kindness of the owners and the quality of the service is exceptional.
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