Samay Wasi Youth Hostels Lima

Diego Ferre 369-371, Miraflores, Lima, 18, Peru | Hostel

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Lima, Peru

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I flew from Guayaquil, Ecuador to Lima, Peru and settled into the International Youth Hostel on Casimoro Ulloa. It has cheap dorm rooms with an outside pool. Unfortunately they were remodeling and the noise was pretty loud during the day time. I was amazed to discover that I was only five blocks from Heather and Antonio´s apartment in Miraflores. I …

Out of the forest

A travel blog entry by peterandsandra


Well here we at the airport at 11:00 waiting for our 5:00 flight. Not too much here to entertain you other than watch people check their bags in. Rained last night again, 7:15 breakfast and left the lodge about 8:00. A quicker ride down the river as it was flowing quite fast. Repacked our bags then off to the Puerto Maldonado airport for a very long wait ...

Everything going our way

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... the lounge for breakfast and bubbles, then they removed breakfast and started with brunch snacks...and bubbles.....then we decided we better go and join the front of the queue to board the plane. Hostess removed the barrier for us and we were about the 10th / 11th person on the plane. Into row2 with a spare seat between us that converted to a table for the wine. Julie was in heaven as the meal served was smoked salmon and salad. She had mine as ...

Te amo, Miraflores

A travel blog entry by ingunnaronsen

... any bus down, wherever you are, and they will stop and pick you up. At the end of our stay, I felt lke I was getting the hang of knowing where to different buses were going, and where I had to go to catch a bus I wanted to take. My lack of knowledge, however, was beautifully made unimportant by the vey helpful Peruvians.

The best place I could have chosen to fall ill, and a great city despite what many naysayers might claim.

Lima, Incas and Sea Lions

A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen


... Yesterday, Mike received a hug from our taxi driver who also kissed my hand! However, we were advised immediately not to use public transport (taxis are cheap but as you know, we love to use buses and trains) and certainly, all the properties are gated, wired and guarded. However, we have enjoyed using the little local shops, buying fruit and bread at silly prices and joking with the locals. We even had all our washing (four huge bags) done and ironed ...


This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, Puente Villena (El Paraiso de los Suicidas), and Rio Rimac.
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