Hostal San Francisco

Azangaro 125-127, Lima, 1, Peru | Hostel
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Deepest darkest Peru

A travel blog entry by nial

Arrived in Lima after killing time in Quito airport. About 6 hours were murdered. Similar to arriving in Quito, we were able to breeze through immigration, baggage etc. We had a nice guy stop us from a tourist agency who gave us a map of downtown Lima and said "Donīt go here, here, here, here after dark"; it might get a bit boring walking down the …

February 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... dolphins though. After 2 hours and a bit, we’re off the damn boat and it’s pouring down. In the port there are sea lions, marine iguanas and a penguin but the weather doesn’t permit to enjoy this. We catch a taxi and for the first time ever we ask him for a hotel. It’s looks ok and we take it. Too happy to be somewhere on land and dry. We recover slowly in our rooms while the shower passes. After lunch, we feel much better. Puerto Villamil on Isabela is ...

Day 14: Jungle Recap, and Paragliding off Cliffs

A travel blog entry by msj322


... sit in the front seat which helped alot. I asked to go back to the hotel to rest. I fell asleep immediately, and only got back up to eat dinner with the local workers. Thank god I did not accept their offer to go out for a "few" drinks after dinner. I found out later they did not return back to the hotel until 6am!

Friday January 31st (Day 2 in the Jungle):
I got a decent night's sleep, that may be in part to purchasing ...

Nazca, Huacachina and Lima

A travel blog entry by salsta17


... which is what most people were doing anyway. We even had wax to make our boards go faster, which wasn't entirely sure I wanted. Drove to the top of two more dunes, each getting bigger than the last, the second of which I lost one flip-flop on half way down so rolled off my board to stop and got sand all over, including down my top along with some grazed my knuckles. Still despite the cuts, bruises and sand everywhere, sand boarding down huge dunes was pretty fun ...


A travel blog entry by abiandkayleigh

... fruit and veg, the weird bread with faces on, the butchers stalls selling faces, tongues, feet and all other parts of animals.
We enjoyed a lucuma milkshake which is a fruit that tastes like caramel. We only had a short time in Lima as we had to get moving on to our next destinations.



This hostel, located in the Lima Central area of Lima, is near Plaza de Armas (Plaza Mayor), Church of San Francisco (Iglesia de San Francisco), Lima Cathedral, and Barrio Chino.
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