Flying Dog Hostel B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlying Dog Hostel B&B Lima
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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... to the old town. The traffic was so bad it took an hour to get to Lima and then by the time we walked to the Inka Market and back we only had enough time to look around a little and then a couple of Pisco Sours at the Marriott. They were fantastic. Then it was back on the bus and back to the ship. It was a bit of a waste of a day. So on Thursday we took the ships’ shuttle bus into a shopping centre in a “safe” area and planned to get a ...
... incessant announcements. Trevor eventually found the rep and we thankfully collapsed into the minibus for the 45-minute journey, through the rush-hour traffic of Peru’s capital city, to the Josť Antonio hotel. I felt totally spaced-out and had that strange feeling of still being on the plane.
When we arrived at the hotel at 8.45 am (13 hours late!!) we went to room 514 and dumped our bags before making our way to the dining room for some ...
... although the empire extended over a very wide range.
Another taxi through Lima gridlock traffic takes us back to our hotel. Lima has grown from 250,000 in the 1930’s to a sprawling city of 10 million today. Fear of the narco-terrorists of the 80’s and 90’s, the Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) forced many people to leave the countryside and move the cities, causing unplanned ...
... bring a blanket/towel to sleep on the bus with (prob not sleeping bag),
- if you want to compare FLORES bus station is across the street and there are many other terminals spread around, but I'd go Civa :)
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... Shatarupa, a friend of Chandrama (who lives just down the road from us in Looe.) These are both Sanskrit names associated with The Bright Path, an organization prompting a meditational technique. Look it up at www.thebrightpath.com. Shatarupa is a very nice lady and made our visit to Lima quite special. If you feel stressed in your life then check out the link. No faith is ...