Lino Family House

Bernini 270 San Borja, Lima, L41, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Big city

A travel blog entry by jenfoote


... would have been indespensible. Every place has free wifi (even this whole part of the city) and then you can reserve hotels and transport easily. Instead I get t screwed when my email blocks me out because I am on a new computer. So a little frustration, but I am overall happy. Things are much warmer here, and I think I will be sweating a lot more soon.


Flying SAL-LIM

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... tiny salad-like plate, and one roll. The food was fine. Unlike on my first flight from IAD to SAL, there was no choice of main course or dessert on this segment. For dessert, I was served something I do not recognize. It was like a sponge cake, but very moist. I did not like it all and stopped eating it after two bites. Nowhere as good as the brownie I had on the flight to San Salvador!

We crossed the Equator and then ...

Cusco to Tambopata Research Center

A travel blog entry by nicval


... light back out of their eyes; some were in the water and some were on land but soon hustled into the water. Also spotted were paca that are a spotted rodent in the agouti family, apparently very good eating. While it was interesting to find the caiman, it was beautiful out on the silvery water lit by a full moon, cool and bugless except for fireflies in the trees. Back on shore we saw glow worms and a scary looking, but harmless, "tailless scorpions" that use their pincers to ...

Day 113 - Lima metro and museums

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... a seafood rice dish which was pretty different, she liked it. After our wine we had a few beers, we were watching an awkward date between two travelers, a very loudly spoken American girl and a softly spoken guy we couldn't tell where he was from because he couldn't get a word in anywhere while this ridiculously loud American girl talked about herself for the entire night. The things that entertain us. We didn't do much after we returned from ...

Day 13 : The Argentinians, breast feeding and surf

A travel blog entry by loulanewbound


... but firm. I wonder how the fake titted women of the world would feel at the idea of their breast being compared to a Peruvian red jelly fish. I would suggest a jelly fish is about as sexy as Jordan's boobs so perhaps a fair comparison? Until this trip i must admit I was completely unaware just how much of Peru is desert. The ancient civilisations became experts at irrigation and digging for the water table in order to create vast cities fed by the ...


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