Inka Hostel

Larco 1178 , Lima, ., Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Day 7: South of the Equator!

A travel blog entry by msj322


... to express anger, but instead as turn signal. The only thing "pee guy" said in English was "Sooooo", and pointed out the window. I had no clue what he was talking about until he "air" spelled it. ZOO! I guess we were passing by the city Zoo.

Once I finally arrived and laid eyes on the Westin Hotel, I was amazed. It was by far the tallest building around. Skyscrapers are not common in Lima because of the risk ...

Days 2&3: Lima City Tour

A travel blog entry by rheadeja

... turn right at the corner, knowing Humberto's directions and also getting a feel for how Peruvian's translate to English. Mom assured me it was right at the corner.

So we walked. And walked. And we found Y street, but there was no restaurant right at the corner, so we kept walking. I should also mention that Peruvian's love to stand outside their restaurants and invite you in, sometimes chasing you with the menu's. So when we were accosted by this one guy, we ...

Day 20 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... girl working behind the bar to hear 'TWO OF YOUR CHEAPEST GINS' and they weren't cheap. After she poured them I realised I didn't even have enough to pay. I poured out all the money on the bar and she took it and I only got one of the gins. Karma for me getting out of entry. Karma is a *****. We danced for hours and it was then I realised there was something odd about this place. It was 80%25 girls. No joke I was dancing and in front of me group of five girls, to my ...

Lima - Day 1

A travel blog entry by cwscott


... We quickly decided to have the breakfast and then use the early start to start exploring Lima as we only had a day and a half in the city. At breakfast I had the first of many cups of Mate de Coca.

On asking the ...

Day 3 Lima

A travel blog entry by mrccamperdown


This Morning we rose and prayed together before adventuring into Lima. What an amazing place, driving down the road we came across many different forms of transport from bikes, buses trucks and everything in between. I was very surprised about how clean the streets and places are. The house are all different from very large and spacious to half falling down.

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This hostel, located in the Lima Sur area of Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Foreign Office Building (Torre Tagle Palace), Central Bank Museum, and El Congreso.
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