Travel Blogs from Lima
... their photos taken. We went on a walking tour in Iglesia de san francisco and went underground to the monasterys vast crypts holding more than 70 thousand peoples bones!all arranged to similar types of bones-which James found For lunch we headed to limas China town-not as good as Londons but it satisfied our cravings! Last stop of the day we headed to the Barranco district which seemed to be the up and coming arty area. It was very beautiful and had some unique cafes. It ges ...
... we looked up tripadvisor to see Lima’s primary attraction which turned out to be the Larco Museum. We looked it up on the map and it was 8km away, since we had no other plans we decided to walk this in order to explore the city a little more. Our walk took us through some pretty run down areas which we didn’t really want to be hanging around in. We arrived at the museum which had some ...
... as possible, and that we had all the information we would need to navigate around.
The next few days were quite relaxing as we were finally back down at sea level and no longer constantly trying to catch our breath. Stewart had a day of surfing, while I relaxed on the beach. We really enjoyed exploring Miraflores, lots of things to see and it was all very relaxed. We walked along the ...
This is gunna be a long one..
We spent the weekend at our host's beach house, where we had to wake up at half 5 to leave at 6am!!! We crammed into a regular 5 seater taxi....with the taxi man taking him plus 6 more of us to the house... this meant there was our host's daughter sitting in the boot amongst all the bags, then four of us in the back and our host in the front. Literally crazy! The traffic here is like nothing I have ever seen before. In ...
... then we decide to walk to the coast cause there is an amazing view of the beach, however...I have begun to see a trending pattern in Peru that maybe things aren't as amazing as they think! It was a lovely place (another park) and the little bit of beach we could see looked...pebble'y but we sit in the sun and enjoy slightly quieter sound of cars! Now I'm sorry this isn't the most interesting blog, but you may not be reading anything for a while ...
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed