Youth Hostel - Hostelling Internatinal Lima - Peru
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... living with so little, some without water and sewage, and there is rubbish everywhere, but it was the same back in 2003 and the kids love it. After rounds of silly games, Pato, one of the locals who helps when there are volunteers, took us to see a few different communities and up to the Jesus Christ statue at the top of VMT which was just a wooden cross last time. We then headed back to the school and had a look around the classrooms, ...
Edith and Lida are sisters.
Now you know who everyone is and how they are related, right? There will be a quiz later!
Here is Ingrid's beautiful golden retriever, and not to be left out, Magda's miniature doberman.
... with raw Octopus, some stir fried with vegetables and chilli. All delicious we devoured them quickly. At the close Javier invited us for a beer after he had shoed the others out of the door. An excellent meal and a memorable experience that took our mind of the overcast dull drizzly weather.
The rest of the time in Lima was spent relaxing and hearing about Sam’s travel. I did manage to bump into an old friend, Mike Reid from ...
... Their hair was perfectly coiffed and they reminded me of John Travolta in Grease. They both flashed me million dollar smiles as I walked past. "Excuse me. You look lost...would you like to have lunch with us?" Franco said. In the space of a few milliseconds two thoughts flashed through my mind. The first was my weirdo radar outlining the risks of joining two strange men for lunch. The second was about one of the Bon Voyage cards I was given before I set off in this adventure, ...
... Karin traveled with us to Lima, but wanted to stay somewhere a little quieter than the hostal Kaylee and I had planned. We arrived in the morning again (Peru loves their overnight buses) but because of the morning traffic we arrived a few hours late; no problem for us since it allowed us more time to find a taxi that could accommodate our surfboards (Lima is the only City that requires a vehicle have roof racks in order to transport materials on the roof). ...