La Casa Barranco

Av Grau 982 , Lima, Peru | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by alimaterna

We woke leisurely and decided we wanted to change the hostel we were staying in and go to one a little more fun and central, so we went to kokopelli in Mira Flores, which is a great hostel. We we into the city of Lima today as Shona is flying home on Wednesday, so wanted to make the most of her last few days. I can't say that this part of Lima was the ...

Back to Lima

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... security at the airport and a bunch of guys play some guitar and pipe music and then the hat is coming around. Even long desolate roads have toll booths. These are just normal roads - not motorways. ( they should be called tip booths). And on the long roads are judder bars for no apparent reason except to annoy the vehicles or at least to give the suspension repairers more income ( no doubt a tip as well) A ...

Cliffs Along the Coast, Creepers at Night

A travel blog entry by mollie.kenerson


... br> Needless to say this experience was not a great welcoming gift to this new country, but it obviously is not a reflection of everyone and everyplace here. We were able to enjoy a beautiful beach, amazing sites and experience the astonishing views of a coastal desert. Tomorrow we leave for Cusco, where we will meet our new host families and experience a very different city then here. I am excited to start the next chapter of this trip, just sad to be halfway through ...

Onward to Peru!!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg


... had looked European – Spanish.

Next, we arrived in the Plaza Mayor, the central square, at the time of the Changing of the Guard. There was a wonderful band that played a number of well-known Spanish ...

Colonial Lima

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... President or the guard?” another question from

yet!” a local student answered tersely beside me. “Perhaps next
year during the election in November,” she finished.

gave her a smile and a thumbs up indicating that I liked what I just
heard from her.

watching the kids running, and the changing of the guard, we met up
with Paul, and he drove us ...


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