Inkawasi Guest House

Address: Salazar 345, San Isidro, Lima, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Miraflores, El Parque del Amor, Puente de Piedra, and Puruchuco.
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    Day 21 - 22: Work and surviving public transport

    A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... spent last night buying plane tickets and booking hotels for the next couple weeks of travelling to Puerto and then La Paz, Bolivia. Other than dealing with a slight money related issue (someone had cheekily replicated my card in Cusco and has since been fraudulently withdrawing cash left right and center - Bank of America should be able to sort this...) everything Peru is magnificent. The food, the people, my volunteering and living with Mili - all really great ...


    A travel blog entry by millsie09 on Sep 11, 2014

    ... the area & water front. Evening, Drinks followed by a beautiful Sea Food Dinner. Food & Service so good that I was forced to lash out with a solid Tip. Tired, so off to bed, thought the waiter was going to cry, she was so ...

    Peru - A journey within and without

    A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Jul 06, 2014

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    Here we are. Peru. The country of the pan flute players in pedestrian precincts, the country of ceviche (raw fish dish cooked by the acids of lemonjuice), ponchos from Lama fur and of course Machu Pichu, the old inca town up in the Andean highlands. But besides that it is also the country of amazing chocolate (yes I had loads of it :)), friendly people, lovely Quinoa soups prepared by the mountain people, the country of Pachamama and Pachatata (mother earth and father Earth) ...


    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on May 24, 2014

    I thought I'd been screwed by from every possible angle but the hostel we currently find ourselves provided a plethora of new positions. Small hostels, especially in South America are often converted houses meaning that every room is unique with almost no standardisation. Often rooms differ so much that they are advertised individually on hostelworld, each with their own ...