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I am sure you will be dying to know when we arrive so I thought I would let you know that we are in Peru safe and sound. We just arrived at our hostel (Red Psycho Llama). The train up to Gatwick was really easy and definately the best way to get there. We had an easyjet style flight to Madrid and then 12 hours to Lima. It was …
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I've always wanted to learn Spanish, have a passion for music, dance and food, and enjoy nothing more than losing myself amongst all of natures designs in the form of a challenging hike.
My choice of destination was a no brainer... South America!
I left for my latino adventure May 31st 2013 with a less than thrilling budget of £2000. This …
Although the computer screen is flickering blue at me, I feel quite motivated to write the next entry after a couple of people on Facebook seemed to enjoy it. So, here goes!
Lilia (my lovely friend from Barcelona who is from Lima originally) came to meet me at the hostel yesterday and we hopped on the Metropolitan to downtown Lima. It was …
So here I am in Lima, and this is my first proper blog entry.
Saying goodbye to Dad at Heathrow was surreal, and I spent the next 15 or so hours in transit to Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima via Charles de Gaulle, Paris. (Ah, Paris, we meet again so soon....) I watched Blue Valentine on the plane, I´ve been wanting to see it for …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Psycho Llama Lima
The hostel is clean and cheerful, with a strong emphasis on 'being green'. I particularly liked the lamp shades made out of plastic bottles and the pen holder made out of an old phone book! Speaking to the owner reveals that the name Red Psycho Llama is supposed to sound like recyclable!
The staff speak excellent English and are the sweetest girls who have no problem with you sitting down and picking their brains for tips. The 35 soles for a mixed dorm per night is, however not in line with my particular budget but does include breakfast (an egg and onion roll with unlimited tea and coffee). The neighbourhood of Mirar Flores is convenient for most things with a good transport system if you don´t mind roughing it up in the local combi´s!
Not a bad stay but a little pricey in my opinion.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.