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Torlblo Polo 244, Lima, 18, Peru | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Cruise Day

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... place to spend a couple of hours. Most of us got brave and ate our dinner at the street stalls. I had a delicious pork sandwich with potato crisps included in the ingredients. Regan refrained so we will see who made a sensible choice in the morning. We returned to the hotel and said goodbye to Abi and Tom (Canada) and then had a drink at the hotel bar. We are leaving Peru tomorrow and we will see what Ecuador has in store for ...


A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy

... museum..pretty weird but it seems the Inka's and Peruvians believe in being very open about their relationships. We also ventured to the beach to see all the surfers who cover the coastline. There's an eery mist which covers most of the city in the morning and sometimes all day and at the beach it's seriously foggy so it doesn't really seem like the best place to surf but surfers from all over come here ...

February 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... are curious. It's a normal day in the Galapagos. 10:00 snorkelling just outside the bay. The water is cold, Ioan opts out, Lewys and Nina last 15 minutes. We swim for 1 hour, the visibility is between 5 and 8m. We see penguins swim and feed, comorans diving, pelicans feeding, chase a group of yellow eagle rays, sea turtles, stingray but nothing big. 11:30 back on boat. Looking around on top deck and see lots of sea turtles, sea lions swimming in the channel. A group of dolphins ...

Museums and Karaoke

A travel blog entry by augsabroad


... and mental and physical exercise.
Next we went to the Museum of Traditional and Popular Art. All of the pictures on this post came from this museum. Most ofthe art came from traditional art practices with religious themes. For example, there were a lot of nativity scenes with figurines dressed in Andean styles. This was easily the most visually stimulating of those that we visited (which is why I took so many pictures of it).
The last museum was the MALI, which is ...

Much better!

A travel blog entry by pkgregoire

... be coming soon. I found out through him that the park we were at was a cat park and that it started by people just leaving their cats there and then eventually the city made it a cat park and now people feed them and give them water. Also, they have an adoption program there so anyone can take a cat if they want. And if i understood correctly they spay them too. Paul came back and kept talking to the guy and eventually we left for bed as the guy wasn't planning on leaving us ...


This B&B, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana (Juliana), El Parque del Amor, and Puente de Piedra.
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