Lima Travel Lodge

Address: San Juan Carlos 163, Lima, 03290, 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

Local life in Lima

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2015

... the rest of the fruits were packed with juice, running down our hands in sticky streams, dripping onto the dusty street below us. Jimmy explained that because of Lima being situated in the driest desert in the world, the locals have to rely on fruits that contain a high proportion of water in order to survive. From here, we visited a vegetable stall, the exotic-looking squashes and potatoes piled up in colourful mounds that made for excellent photographs. One stall holder ...

Date with the Horses

A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 19, 2015

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... at midday. A number of streets are closed as a consequence. This is a parade that is put on by Wong every year to celebrate Festias Patrias....a little like the Myer Christmas Parade meets Moomba and Mardi Gras. We arranged for our trusted chauffeur Roberto to pick us up from our hotel at 10am looking to arrive at Elie's by 11.30am at the latest (its another 30 minute drive from Elie's place to the horses). We arrived a little early, so we have some time to see Elie's house and ...


A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 26, 2015

2 comments, 28 photos

... br> Cusco - clean and tidy in the city centre with trees on the surrounding hills. There were many neat and tidy traffic police on patrol on the intersections and tourist police in the square - all very orderly as were many of the locals we saw around.
The architecture and aesthetics of Cusco are very attractive. You could imagine that it would be lovely to live there.
Leaving Cusco we travelled through green hills with extensive cropping in the ...

Loving Lima's Larco

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 23, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... of almost a mile together. He came from Venezuela but, because of the high murder rate there, he moved to Lima. He enjoyed practicing his English until we came to the museum and parted. The museum is worth seeing regardless of one's particular interests. Most of the exhibits are pottery with designs that depict activities in daily life. There were many examples of the gold (missed by the Spaniards) used, generally as ornaments, by ...

Cherimoya and Chicha

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 04, 2015

2 photos

... we instantly ordered a second jug, much to the surprised delight of the seller. Yet more pigeons sat above us. Suddenly, a Spanish opera song started to play from a loudspeaker, something solemn and filled with longing. The pigeons took off, spinning through the air in graceful arcs. Their movement seemed to be choreographed to the music and we stared and stared. As soon as the song came to an end, they settled down once more, lining up in a row at the edge of ...

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