Pucllana Lodge

Borgono 546, Lima, 18, Peru | 2 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Eating our way around Lima

A travel blog entry by candcthai


It was another long trip from along the coast from Trujillo to the capital, Lima. The scenery was just desert, more desert with occasional glimpse of the Pacific Ocean when the fog cleared enough for us to see it. Winter is definitely not the time to visit this part of Peru.

We arrive in the Linea bus station in Lima at 9.00 pm, exactly on …

Hibbernation Round 2

A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey


We spent most of our time in Lima cooped up in our hotel room; watching cooking shows and eating food we bought at the nearest supermarket. Liam ended up sick with what I had on the trail - at least that's what we think it was, it also could have been dodgy seafood, but there was so much vomiting and it was all bright green, so we can't really be …

Aankomst in Lima

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs


Vandaag aangekomen in Lima, een lange vlucht met hier en daar een hobbel in de lucht. Dat is dan half wakker worden en weer verder dutten. Uiteindelijk dus toch een beetje kunnen slapen wat wel nodig was. We vertrokken pas om 3u 's nachts uit Madrid en kwamen na 11u vliegen om 7u in de ochtend plaatselijke tijd aan. Tijdverschil is nu 5 uur met NL …


A travel blog entry by hpsauce


Arriving in Lima (population 9m) a bit of a culture shock after chilled out Rapa Nui. Lima is anything but. Crossing the road or getting into a taxi are officially classified as extreme sports. Although some things are the same everywhere, as we realised when standing behind 4 Peruvian teenagers (sharing one ID) coppering up for bottle of wine …

Day 7: South of the Equator!

A travel blog entry by msj322


... than in Guatemala, since I had to obtain a Peru Visa, but nothing to report.

The driver was there to greet me. Unlike Guatemala, where Duke owns 6 vehicles and employs 4 full time drivers, there was no Duke employee to pick me up. We used a private taxi service to get me to the hotel. This guy didn't speak a lick of English. I tried to make small talk in the Spanish that I knew, but he wasn't having it. Maybe ...

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TripAdvisor Reviews Pucllana Lodge Lima

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding