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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... to get back to get change. We get to the apartment (still smells!) and got ready. Likely Central is just around the corner. We walked for 10 minutes and found the restaurant and met with Luz Maria and Juan, as well as Mario and his girlfriend, Jenny. We are all excited about having lunch at this place which is the flagship restaurant of Peruvian chef, Virgilio Martínez Véliz. The restaurant is known for its contemporary interpretation and presentation of ...
... located in a drought ridden area where there is only 5-10mm of rain every year, the vast majority of the sight is original. It was also interesting how this sight had almost been forgotten as Miraflores grew up around it. From the top of the sight mum and I were able to see a distance.
Lastly we headed towards the water and watched the sun set whilst watching all people and families ...
... as now in the West only, from left to right), and in general the systematisation of knowledge.
But gradually, with the rise of the Law of Non-Contradiction, which limited our ability to appreciate important truths that are not necessarily ...
... ever. Feeling very full we ambled back towards Miraflores and
eventually back to our hostel where we needed a good late afternoon rest. We
decided. because we were still so full from our big lunch, that we would just
wander up to Wong’s supermarket and buy some snacks for the night and
tomorrow’s bus trip.
Again, not much really happened today. We chilled in the room with the boys and good old Lance, weird Lance who followed us from our first hostel to kokopelli! That evening we then met up with Diego and his cousin and went to Help! Club in Mira Flores. It was a huge place and they had a live band playing for a bit which was cool. Drinks were cheap too. Lucy got with Mark and I drunkenly asked a guy for a banter shag on the way home. ...