Kaminu Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Lima We got a local bus with Jack to Lima, which took about 5 hours but was better then expected! We were staying in an area called Milaflores which was right on the coast, most of the town was covered by a huge blanket of fog when we arrived too. The first day we just wondered around milafores and Baranco. The second day we had books into Central which is ranked the best restaurant in south america and number 15 in the world. We started with ...
... were pretty neat. Although they smelled horrible because of the humidity and the decay. the ceilings were super low - Mike had to duck basically the entire time. But the catacombs are underneath the cathedral and have these large brick columns which support the entire church. Lima experiences a lot of earthquakes so the fact it's all still standing is impressive. The catacombs used to be public so anyone could be buried there but they changed it so that only the ...
Checked out at noon. The Cruz del Sur bus will be departed at 10:30PM! I had none planning to do all day in Historic Centre Lima. Of course, there have a lot of event outside of Lima, for example, Miraflores (beach) district is popular tourist area. I will be there last days in Peru, save it. So, I was stayed in the hotel in the lobby for a such three hours. Then walked to the shopping Center real plaza.
... Our friend also took us through Jiron de la union - a bustling street that comes to life at night Peru university: Visited hub's company in Lima which also has a lab in the university. Our friend who works there gave us a tour of the lab (in English!) and hub was able to learn further on the processes that happen over here for filtering, riffing and polishing the mineral samples. I had a chance to wear steel cap boots, and lab coat and goggles. What an excursion ...
Early start for 5am departure for Paracas Bay and Balestas Island. This is a nature reserve famous for seabirds such as cormorants and boobies. There were also seals and penguins. The cormorant waste is so valuable as a fertiliser that the government leave guards on ...