Hostal Collacocha

Reyes 100, San Isidro, Lima, L27, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

A Day in Peru

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... houses many nightclubs, restaurants, Peruvian music shows and discos. Lima is a night town – the place comes alive after sunset and its customary to dine at about 10 pm and then take in a show that starts at midnight and finishes at 3 or 4 o’clock in the morning.

Filled with colonial architecture, Barranco is a must see by day or by night. We strolled down the walkway to the cliff face that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. On ...

Day 74/75 Per molts anys Ariana / Happy Birthday

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... children’s obesity; in the schools that we visited the program helps them fight undernourishment. Now, they can see how the kids miss fewer lessons and have more energy for the class activities. Two worlds.

It was also great for Elena and Ariana to get exposed to another reality and how they can contribute to improve it.

After this, we visited the Cathedral and the tomb of Pizarro, ...

Days 2&3: Lima City Tour

A travel blog entry by rheadeja

... in the rainy season when making construction plans.

One of the highlights of the day was getting a private tour of a 300 year old colonial house in downtown Lima. Renato knows the caretake, so he called and asked if we could swing by. It was so amazing! We even got to poke around the library (the house in now a medical association historical something). I saw medical texts from the 1600's - and obstetrics texts from the 1800's. It was really interesting to see ...

Lovely Lima

A travel blog entry by couillard


We are back in a regular, four wall room, comfortable, bat & rat free place without the sound of loud, obnoxious, snoring neighbours and we have electricity at all hours. Yahoo! It was a little too long a stay at the Tambopata Research Centre (TRC). I would have liked it more if we had stayed half the amount of nights. We did not sleep soundly and so we got more and more tired as they days went by. We also had early ...

Lima: Sleep, Steak, Ceviche and Catacombs

A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013


... the roof, where he joins are apparent. The second church we visited was the Church and Convent of San Francisco which was consecrated in 1673 and completed in 1774. Again - incredible architecture, and extensive gold and silver decoration that is very different from Churches in the the UK, Germany etc. This church also houses some of the oldest books in Peru - many over 500 years old, but sadly they are just in an open library, without any special preservation at all! It reminded us ...


This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Colonial City (Old City), Huallamarca (Pan de Azucar), Playa Pulpos, and Playa Kon-Tiki.
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