Blue House Backpacker hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue House Backpacker hostel Lima
Worst hostel I have stayed in in a while. Got given a pillow from a Cruz del Sur bus that was literally 6cm by 15cm. The beds were uncomfortable, but it was quiet
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... After that we headed to Parque central de Miraflores (the cat park). It was a beautiful park in the center of the city that was filled with cats. It was crazy!!!!! Then we walked to the Inca Market and did some shopping. Lars, Katie and Jolene all scored some great finds.
We came back to the hotel, rested and had a cold beer (Cusquena). Following we headed ...
... and it was 22.30. We had planned to use our Priority Club membership to hang out in a comfy lounge to await our 5 am flight - but unfortunately it was not in our part of the terminal. So slumped on seats in departure until 2 am when we were able to get through security to our gate and stretch out for a quick nap.
... Swiffer), you ain't happy.
7) MY sports on TV. No surprise here, but it is all soccer, and (oddly) car racing on the sports channels here. I am totally bummed that I am going to basically miss football season here. I thought that the cable channels here would carry one American ESPN channel here, but no dice, it is all local ESPN, which is basically all soccer, all the time.
8) English. This one is nobody's fault but my own, ...
Today was a late start as we are still recovering from our weird lack of sleep patterns. We headed to the supermarket to get food and indulge in a cheeky Starbucks coffee. The supermarket here is massive and it feels a lot more like being at home. We recognise products and they even had milo!!! We bought our necessary items and headed home. Unfortunately, Jess has managed to come down with all the symptoms relating to the malaria tablets and we have searched for a pharmacy ...
It was an unusual way to celebrate Easter; at 1:00 a.m. in the earliest hours of Bunny Sunday we boarded an LAN airliner in Miami and flew south and west into the night towards the shores of the South American city of Lima, Peru. Arriving before the city awakened (and long before our hotel room would be ready), we were whisked through narrow streets ...