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Av. Larco 655 - 3, Lima, 8, Peru | Hostel
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Lima, Peru

A travel blog entry by joeandmez


... very tired after a very long day. The next day we took it easy and just visited the archaeological site where the ancient 'Limas' used to live. Similar to other ancient South American cultures they had built massive structures and they liked to sacrifice humans at the top of their structure. What sets the 'Limas' apart was their way of making and then laying bricks in a 'bookshelf' way. The site is just in the middle of a suburb and is surrounded ...

Te amo, Miraflores

A travel blog entry by ingunnaronsen

... with ourselves. We took the bus to Cerro san Christobal, through some areas I am hesitant to call the favela but that came pretty close, I think. All the houses were barracks made of tin, slotted closesly together and on top of each other, and the greenery was noticeably absent.

We also spent a couple of nights in Barranco, the neighbouring district to Miraflores. The area was beautiful with its old townhouses and ...

Peru - Part 1

A travel blog entry by dansadventure


... I did eventually get the money back about two weeks later. Once I'd sorted everything out I decided to explore the city a bit. It was still quite early in the morning, so I wandered aimlessly for a while only to find myself near the beach. Lima is a bit of an odd city, as the beach is about 100 meters below the city, which means finding some stairs that will take you down. I strolled along the top of the cliff for a while looking for some stairs before coming across ...

Deja Vu all over again

A travel blog entry by brehn.eichel


... tonight so I spent the day soaking him for more travel advice, borrowing his kit and we hit that Ceviche restaurant that he had researched. Safe trip home Mate and we"ll see ya on the flip side! Well that's a pretty lengthy start for now. But tonight I meet the group and tomorrow it is off to the Amazon where there is no electricity so looks like the blogs will be sparse for a bit. Hope all is well back home and I'll check in soonest. Adios for now mis amigos! Noodle ...

Day 15 : The abandoned beach

A travel blog entry by loulanewbound


... what appeared to be an abandoned pavilion based restaurant. After redundant waterfall climbing and an initial scout around I felt compelled to delve deeper into this abandoned world. The climb across the broken bridge and the walk into bare concreat walls reveal a nightclub to challenge the largest in London. With towering walls, light and sound systems still in place it was a disarming vision of what huge tourist areas of the world will look ...

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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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