K'usillu's Hostel Backpackers

Address: Av. Larco 655 - 3, Lima, 8, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Villa El Salvador area of Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Foreign Office Building (Torre Tagle Palace), Central Bank Museum, and El Congreso.
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      Travel Blogs from Lima

      The road to Cusco

      A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 11, 2014

      3 comments, 30 photos

      ... various microclimates in Peru and as a result of this and some seriously skilled horticulturists, they have cultivated a number of hybrid corn kernels. We set out from Cusco this morning fairly early and had a JAM PACKED day ...whoohoo! We drove through the Andes, stopping at various archeological sights to view terraced hills and homes of the Incas. Wow!! I've shared more on this score along with the pics. We had a special visit today to the G Adventures ...

      Deserted Beaches and Unknown Ruins

      A travel blog entry by saminperu on Jun 20, 2014

      11 photos

      ... while adventuring. The chosen girls of that temple, choose on what they wanted to understand. They may have followed all of the rules, but it was really up to them on what tasks and new knowledge that wanted to use after living in the temple.

      This leads to my final (probably a little more cheesy than it needs to be) point in not only traveling but also accepting an environment. And that is, we all live in our own temple, but we can also build more.
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      Te amo, Miraflores

      A travel blog entry by ingunnaronsen on Feb 13, 2014

      ... definitely a mark of the more upscale nature of the district, and the accumulated and elevated wealth of its inhabitants.

      A venture out of the comforts of Miraflores proved this; one of our first days, before our trip to Eco Truly, we went into the city centre, and immediately saw a different side to the city. We walked around on busy streets, continuously approached by people, ate bad ceviche, and didn't quite know what ...

      Why hello Lima!

      A travel blog entry by humpooper on Jan 04, 2014

      34 photos

      ... 6, which is the Spanish date of the feast of the Epiphany. However the original inhabitants of the land knew it as Itchyma. Within the Rimac valley a famous oracle could be found known as 'Limaq', which means 'talker' in Coastal Quechua (it's important to know that the natives from this area are not Incas and they spoke a different dialect of Quechua). While the oracle was eventually destroyed and replaced by a church by the Spanish, the local name stuck. ...

      Back in Barranco

      A travel blog entry by candcthai on Oct 09, 2013

      16 photos

      ... Built into the cliffs overlooking the ocean, this is a spectacularly located bunch of shops and restaurants. They have a La Lucha outlet ( our favourite sandwiches) where we stop for lunch. Across the road is the JW Marriott hotel, one of the best in Lima. We pop in to book a table for their renowned "all you can eat" Sunday buffet that weekend.

      Two of the exhibitions we have managed to visit are MATE the gallery set up by Barranco's most ...