Inkawasi Guest House

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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    A travel blog entry by pkgregoire on Dec 13, 2013

    ... tea. I'm feeling kinda lonely on the bus because Paul and I aren't sitting together but we get up occasionally to talk to each other. It took us about 2hrs to get to the bus station from the time we got to the beginning of the city. This place is big! Close to the bus station there was this really big market. It reminded me of the markets that amazing race always brings their racers too. We didn't go there but it was very busy looking from the outside. Once at the station ...

    Back in Lima

    A travel blog entry by couillard on Oct 16, 2013

    22 photos

    ... here too, at 12:00 noon in front of the "Palacio del Gobierno"along with a brass band. We did not get to see it as it was 10:30. We then visited a city park built alongside old remains of the original city wall. It was called "Parque de la Muralla". We took a few pictures at Plaza Bolivar with another church and a local market. Headed back towards our hotel in Miraflores district by cab and went for lunch at Haiti , recommended by the lonely planet ...

    Ruins, Sandboarding, and Iced Lattes

    A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes on Aug 27, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... We got up early on a Monday morning but were immediately distracted by the sounds of dance music and a woman calling out through a megaphone from somewhere nearby. Interested, we followed the music, expecting some kind of community celebration or event. As it turned out, the sounds led us to a school with children aged 5 to 11. As we peeked in though the door to a courtyard filled with dancing students, a man eagerly ushered us in. We were welcomed warmly and told ...

    Remember that time I didn't learn Spanish

    A travel blog entry by naomilittle on Aug 07, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... and generally a rice and potato with dinner... Im not sure how the people can be so tiny as I feel like I'm sitting down to feasts all the time. They have great sauces though, it also helps that Denisse is a professional chef and has been cooking all our meals while in Lima so we have been a little spoiled... I'll just have to stock up on fruits and veggies back in Canada. Our first few days in Lima were spent just exploring the city and visiting old friends of my father. There was ...