K'usillu's Hostel Backpackers

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

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

    The beat goes on in Lima

    A travel blog entry by mpherd on May 24, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... to his house for a movie showing.

    Currently in Rick's casona, there are two chicos, one from Peru and another from Argentina (I think we are going to meet A LOT of Argentines on this trip...). We don't know too much about them but I'm looking forward to learning more!

    That's it for now. I need to get out of Starbuck's before I start spending more money :X donations accepted: PayPal- mpherd@gmail.com :P :P

    Adios!!
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    Breathe

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Mar 30, 2015

    1 photo

    ... I arrived at my new home for the next two weeks, a hostel in the historical district, a converted mansion that, on first impressions, seemed overflowing with beautiful European travellers whispering in Danish and French and gliding around with golden limbs. I felt very pale, the odd creature from the north. I lay back on my bed in the dark, my head buzzing with a million things at once. Just breathe, girl, I told myself. You made it through. Just ...

    Touring Lima

    A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the huge Plaza de Armas, which is surrounded by magnificent colonial buildings: the Palacio del Gobierno (Presidential Palace) and the Cathedral of Lima, where we had a photo op with the riot police. They didn't even ask for tips! On the next block were a beautiful library, converted from a train station, and the the Church and Monastery of San Francisco, which we toured. It was a fabulous place, built in 1643, altho it had to be repaired several ...

    On the Road Again

    A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 08, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... go at airport checkin...Oscar still winning, but I might sneak our medical kit into his backpack. 3# I LOOK WORSE THAN EVER BEFORE One month of holiday you look refreshed, two months and your hair is at the mercy of hotel shampoo quality, your clothes smell of damp or worse old sweat that didn't quite air out and you realise the reason all backpackers have dreadlocks is not because they want it that way, but because the deadends are so bad it was just ...

    Lima, grey and ominous...

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 28, 2014

    18 photos

    ... were open as we wanted to go to Iquitos in the Amazon and the rest of them went off to see the military parade. I warned everyone that nothing would be open due to the 2 day Independence holiday but they were hopeful. So we checked out and went off in search of tours to Iquitos. We had no luck, everything was closed. So we decided to just go to the centro and book bus tickets to Huaraz instead. With tickets in hand for a night bus we walked into the centro ...