Lima Travel Lodge

Address: San Juan Carlos 163, San Miguel , Lima, 032, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Museo Larco, El Parque del Amor, San Isidro, and National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History.
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Learning in Lima

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 07, 2015

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... term part of an indigenous society) and delicious dish that is apart of the Peruvian culture (the sum total of the knowledge, attitudes and habitual behaviors patterns shared by the members of a society) . Because Peru is not that developed, a lot of the countries food is meat comes from farms, and is home cooked. As the cab entered their land and we got out of the car, we were warmly welcomed by the owners and their three adorable children. The cab driver said ...

Our day in Lima

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 19, 2015

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... main area of Lima we wanted to try and squeeze in. We are desperate to wash some clothes before our trip to Cusco, so we head up to the big Wong supermarket on the corner of our street. It doesn't take long before we realise it's a much nicer supermarket than most we have been to with various healthy options such as fresh salad bars to make a nice healthy packed lunch and also various freshly cooked stirfry dishes. We quickly just grab washing powder and fruit and head back to ...

5000 Years of History in One Morning

A travel blog entry by marwilt on Jan 11, 2015

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... the life of St Francis. There was a huge fresco of the Last Supper, with a strange twist. Round table, Judas portrayed as Pizarro with the Devil whispering in his ear and Peruvian food being eaten.
Next stop the Plaza de Armas or Main Square. Here you find the Presidential Palace and government buildings surrounding a large park with many statues and fountains. As we approached the park we heard ...

Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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... But it is, in any case, the right hemisphere, not the left, which is more attentive to reality, to the facts, and, as mentioned above, the right hemisphere is an important contributor to logic and language. Some elegant research into gesture and speech reveals that thought begins and ends in the right hemisphere, passing through the necessary staging post of the left hemisphere, where it is put into serial sentences. This follows a typical pattern ...


A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Oct 03, 2014

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... an expensive camera on display, a Rolex (even if it is fake - you know who you are Mike!!!!), or a wallet hanging out of your pocket does give a little invite! As with most of South America, the main language in Peru is Spanish. Unfortunately we speak very little Spanish! I had heard that not many South Americans speak English but I don't think I was really prepared for how few there were. Not speaking Spanish should not really have phased us because ...

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