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This morning our night bus got in even earlier than before, it was around 5am. I had a feeling that when we got to our hostel that we wouldn't be able to check in early, and I was right. We took a taxi from the bus terminal to the hostel, and by the time we'd got there it must have been around 5.30am. The check in time is at 2pm, so as we got there …
... cliffs right by the ocean. We finished the day by walking around in the mall Larcomar which has been built inside the cliffs and poses amazing sunsets views. We had dinner at one of the better restaurants in Lima for the price of a drink in Sweden at Mango Restaurant. I had Lomo Saltado a typical Peruvian meat dish and Fabian had some Peruvian risotto thing. Tomorrow we're heading to Cuzco and eventually Machu Picchu and this is something I've wanted to do my whole life so I can't ...
One of my favourite days travelling so far. It has been jammed packed day full of some really memorable things. The night before was hilarious as when we just were going to sleep a new guy entered the dorm. He was one Joseph Fritzel looking dude. About 70 with a massive moustache. Fritzel creeped his way into the room and was staying in the bed next to us. We couldn't stop laughing when he came in and it was so awkward becuase it was so obvious we were taking the **** ...
... leaves in tiny pieces.
- Cut the onion in two halves and slice it into thin half circles (Julienne).
- Remove all skin and spines from the fish filet
- Cut the fish into strips and then into cubes that ...
... late and were still having lunch. We couldn't afford to miss the coach and we felt increasingly annoyed. Eventually they sauntered out without a care in the world or an apology – some people!!
We travelled back to Lima in about 4 hours and returned back to the hotel that we had left nearly three weeks before. We had come a full circle and now our time in Peru was nearly ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Kokopelli Lima
really nice hostel with all facilities a place for backpackers need. Located in very safe and marvellous area Miraflores, close to the coast, the other cosy area Barranco and only a 15 min ride with the modern metrobus to the old city centre. You have to know, during night it could be noisy because of the hostelown rooftop bar and the neighbourhood.
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