Aquisito Bed and Breakfast

Address: Avenida Centenario # 114, Lima, 02, Peru | Hostel
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        Travel Blogs from Lima

        Lima, Peru

        A travel blog entry by annabailey on Oct 16, 2015

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        ... you decide where you want to go and how long and you hop on and off as desired. Fantastic! After the painful 28 hour bus I really wanted something stress free where all the organizing and hard work is done for you. And its also really safe so it really took all our Peru travel worries away!
        Not only that but we landed on a bus full of the best people! Such craic! So from Lima we set off to Paracas a little seaside village a couple of hours south of ...

        Day 27: A Taste of Lima

        A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 23, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

        This morning Greg and I got schooled in Peruvian cooking Lima style. We were picked up from our hotel and taken to a local food market. As it was a Sunday, the market was quieter than normal and a few stalls were closed. We saw fruit and vegetables unlike anything available in the UK including cinnamon sticks at least a meter in length. We also saw butchers' stalls selling such varied products as tripe, tongue and sweetbreads. We then headed to a sea ...

        Day 24 - Goodbye Amazon, Hello Civilization

        A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jul 03, 2015

        4 photos

        ... off down this 3 lane road, somehow managing to fit 5 lanes of cars onto the same road... Very tight at times but eventually the space cleared. We ended up having to pull into a gas station so the driver could fill the car, we stayed in the car only to find they wouldn't full it while we sat in it. Apparently it's against the law to fill it while people are in the car, Karan pointed out how it's funny how they don't care about indicators or how many cars are in a lane, ...

        The finale of South America

        A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 18, 2015

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        ... best thing to see her! Definitely had missed her! She joined us to try the infamous guinea pig! Well that was an experience and a half, it first came out whole before they cut it up. Jess and I were lucky enough to have the ribs...well can't say there was much meat on those, it was my favourite thing in the world! Shansel even went as far as eating the claw, one of the most horrific things I've seen! After learning how to make pisco sours, we had a night out, after some ...

        Arriving in Lima

        A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Apr 10, 2015

        6 photos

        ... it down with a Pisco sour. Don't ask, just try it! - Enjoy the nightlife. This might not be Rio or Havana, but it is still Latin America, so dancing and singing is everywhere. Miraflores and Barranco have the best local places, while the posh nearby San Isidoro has most Western-logic nightlife. Two days are a good timeframe to get to know Lima. After all, you didn't travel 15 hours for this. So pack again and be ready, the trip is only now ...