Hostal El Carmelo

Bolognesi 749, San Isidro, Lima, 018, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Lima, overlooking the Pacific Ocean

A travel blog entry by fettino

Our friend Jimmy is waiting for us at the Lima International Airport, situated 10 minutes away from the city center. We have lunch with him in the Miraflores district, then we look for a hostel where we can spend some days... Lima is a melting pot of cultures due to colonization, immigration, and indigenous influences; also its architecture is …

Lima: Actually OK Shock!

A travel blog entry by rhyshero


Wow! Sun came out today in Lima and it was actually OK. A massive shock for all concerned. Went to Larcamar (posh shopping mall on the seafront in Miraflores), drank over-priced lattes and watched a few guys take on some of the most perfect surf I`ve ever seen. Only my ridiculous finger splint stopped me getting in, making a complete **** of myself …

Barrio Chino

A travel blog entry by pchun88

Ni Hao, Today I had lunch at Barrio Chino (Chinatown) in Lima. With population of over 1 million Chinese Peruvians, I expected to see many Chinese here. Unfortunately, I didnt see many for whatever reason. The Chinatown is small, with just a few blocks and a main pedestrian walkway full of fancy Chinese restaurants. And of course, keeping with …

Last few days in lima

A travel blog entry by meggles

... a mixture of south Americans and Europeans all speaking Spanish. They were mostly staying or working in Lima for a few weeks and were all very friendly. Later on I grabbed a quick dinner in another local cafe before joining in the party. At this stage they were betting each other they couldn't eat lumps of raw pizza dough so after a while I left them to it.... Wednesday I got up early to head to the beach for my last chance at south ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by travel2013-2014

Got to Lima at midnight. The hostal was ok. Still it used to sleep in dorm room. The whole day we just stay in and recognize things: checking flight to decide on our next trip, laundry, grocery shopping, talking with friends and family in Sweden and USA, withdrawing money from ATM, uploading photos, fixing ...


This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Península de Zapata National Park, Isla de la Juventud, Cobre, and Soledad Botanical Gardens.
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