La Casa Barranco

Address: Av Grau 982 , Lima, Peru | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Day 2 of Our Peru Adventure

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve on Jun 10, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

Today we slept in until 6:30 our time (7:30 in Orlando). We met our Adventures by Disney tour guides. They are both very knowledgeable about the area. The weather was perfect today. We walked along the rocky coast and took lots of photos along the way. We went to the Parque del Amor which is the Park of Love. There was a very large statute of a man and woman kissing. It was a ...

Final entry to the blog – our 8 days in Peru

A travel blog entry by dianeschalke on Mar 14, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... Astrid y Gaston. The food was spectacular but also the dining experience was first-rate. We went to Huaca Pucllana, a pre-colonial temple site, built by a society called the "Lima culture." This site was uncovered in 1981 and there is roughly 15 more years of excavation to completion. An impressive tour.

During our walk back to the hotel, we went through the park once more and noticed lots of elderly people sitting in an area similar to a ...

5000 Years of History in One Morning

A travel blog entry by marwilt on Jan 11, 2015

27 photos

After a good night's sleep and a great breakfast buffet we took an historical tour of Lima visiting three sites. I really like this tour company, there are 3 busloads of us, and they provide enough guides so each group consists of only 18 people. You don't feel like you are in a herd. Lima is the second driest place in the world, following only the Sahara Desert, with only an inch of rain a year. Our ...

Day 23-24 - I ate feet.

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 13, 2014

5 photos

... s armpit is encasing your face and you can barely breathe let alone project your voice over the 50 other people between you and the front of the bus... if that was the case then (by experience), on the bus you will stay until the next stop which might just be another 20 minutes walk away. I have also learnt to use the bathroom before getting on a combi because you never know when you'll next get the chance to pee. Life lessons. Fellow amateur combi users - heed this advice ...

Lima to Cusco..

A travel blog entry by adita-sal on Sep 16, 2014

10 photos

... Dosti Karonge.. I couldn't believe my ears!  After about 30 minutes, we were dropped to our volunteering house.. A quaint little pink house.. So homey and nice. Our sponsor dad made us lunch and coca tea (to help reduce the altitude sickness). We then headed to Maximo Nivel once again for our volunteer Orientation. The Orientation was informative, providing us with cultural and safety tips. As we discussed our proficiency levels in Spanish.. I realized I ...

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