Rancho Viejo

Calle Tambo Viejo, Lima, F-5, Peru | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Loud Lima

A travel blog entry by lizemma10

... and foot rest, a toilet on board, wifi and food included. This was all needed for the 19 hour journey. As we traveled through the suburbs we noticed how the country is filled with much of nothing, varst amounts of land with nothing but sandy, rock desert. We travelled through large mountains either side of use, which were bearly visable due to the low cloud. As we drove though a town where the traffic was crazy the bus attempted to overtake, whilst there was ...

And the Songos slides broke my fears...

A travel blog entry by lizethperu


You must wonder what kind of fear I can have with just a small slide...and yeah the fear of the cold water! so for this Peruvian girl one of the most awful fear is feeling the cold water on my body and probably thatīs why just a few times I can get into the beach, except if it is in the Caribbean ocean! :) or in the North of Peru and hence i also canīt swim or do surfing. Anyway, My friend Pablo, who is a mountain guy and whom since last year I belong to his ...


A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... de San Francisco. Everyone from the bus were split into 2 groups, English speaking and Spanish speaking. Luckily for us this meant our group was only us and 2 more people. The highlight was visiting the old library which held books over 500 years old, 90% of them were written in Latin. It also held the first Spanish Dictionary and a holy bible edition from 1571. It was like walking into a time warp, everything was just as ...

A Taste Of Peru

A travel blog entry by lottyh


Anthony Bourdain's
sumptuous travel stories on various countries have always captivated
my husband and I, and stirred up travel cravings in; our stomachs.
Before we left for our cruise, we taped several of his “Parts
Unknown” TV show, and then watched the tapes at nigh,t as a way to
relax and unwind.

We always try to eat the local food wherever we go. It is a fascinating and delicious ...

Day 4: Arrival in the first big city

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... stop... In Quito we were used to being able to hail a bus anywhere along the route.

Before heading "home" we stopped at the grocery store to get some fruit as well as some rice and vegetables for dinner. We were craving fruit and vegetables since we had not had them in about 5 days or so. We got mangos and mandarin oranges for snacks and for dinner with the rice we will have onions, broccoli and carrots.

We don't have ...


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