Flying Dog Hostel B&B

Calle Lima 457 , Lima, Peru | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by lastresguapas



Nous commençons alors la journée enchantée d'être dans une ville telle que Lima en un jour si important.
Nous flânons dans les rues et tombons aussitôt sous le charme de ses innombrables places, parcs, rues et diversités de choses á voir.
Nous commençons par visiter la Plaza de Armas, où des milliers de gens sont rassemblés …

December 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... he’s going to rob us. It takes almost an hour to get across town. Our hostel is in Barranco, a decent (safe) looking neighborhood near the ocean. We check-in, get changed and head for the beach. The waves and current are strong and most of the beach is peebles and stones. There’s a small stretch with black/yellow sand and that’s where the locals hang out. It’s very crowded. I build ramparts around our area and it works well. People just walk around our space. ...

Day 4 - Lima - Historic and Cultural

A travel blog entry by csalas98


... these pyramids were made totally of adobe. One key difference is that they do not use straw in their adobe to hold it together. The process is similar where water is mixed with the dirt and then it is set in the hot sun to dry. For years, the pyramids were scene as an eye sore to the community. Many did not realize their significance in Peruvian history. As more and more people started to understand what it was, there were a renewed effort to restore the ...

Machu Pichu and much more

A travel blog entry by leilapaulrtw


... hostel knew differently and let us know that our bus was leaving from north of central Lima! This was far away! and we only had 45 mins to get there. We missed this bus after a gruelling dash from the taxi to the bus station, so then decided to regroup in the mall next to the station. A quick coffee and sugary treat with free wifi and a plan soon formed, flying it was, 'Taxi, Airport please' (in Spanish of course) Santiago - New Zealand on its way peeps. Big Love x

Written by Leila


Ruins, Sandboarding, and Iced Lattes

A travel blog entry by calvinandhobbes


... farming, weaving, and metalwork, but the most important industry was ceramics. The Moche ceramicists had major talent and were very highly regarded, comprising a higher social class within the community. A nearby museum houses many seriously impressive examples found in the city as well as in tombs of important people, and was a highlight of the trip. Returning to Huanchaco, we congratulated ourselves on a really nice outing, grabbed some dinner at ¨My ...

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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlying Dog Hostel B&B Lima

Reviewed by lastresguapas

safe and good

Reviewed Apr 6, 2012
by (21 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

This hostel was well located in the miraflres area.
The staff was very helpful.
The showers and bedroom were clean and the common room was cosy.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Flying Dog Hostel B&B Lima

3.00 of 5 stars Good