The Angels Inn Backpackers Peru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was roughly 7.52 miles and 25 minutes long, so it cost us $7.52. The driver then drove off and the family greeted us kindly, and let us into their house, gave us a little tour, and then showed us their farm. When we saw the goats, the owners began instructing us on what exactly we needed to do. Their oldest son, Mario, was going to help pick us a plump enough goat for slaughter. This part was the hardest for all of us, being that every goat we saw was as cute ...
... throw the load on and head to a big shopping centre, La Rambla, behind Wong's to kill an hour while our washing finishes. The shopping centre is not massive but we really didn't intend to do any actual shopping so we sit down at one of the cafes, grab a nice coffee before window shopping around. Few sport stores so browse in them before we head back to hang the washing. By now, the sun is out fairly strong and humidity is up so it's fairly warm out and we start ...
... and encountered a huge crowd. According to our guide there is always something going on there on Sundays and we happened on a huge religious processional, complete with dancers, bands, incense and religious icons carried by groups of at least eight strong men. It was interesting to see how they got these into the church and I still wonder where they put them inside.
Our third stop was at the ...
... romantic area surrounded by colonial buildings. Nearby is a hollowed out chapel that only the birds inhabit. The story of the chapel however was one of my favourite in Lima. The story goes that when Lima was just a fishing village some fisherman were lost in the mist, after trying to find their way back for hours they were guided by a light. They followed the light and came ashore, climbing the cliff they hoped to find the source of the light only to ...
... 30. But we arrived and that's the important part. Luis from our hostel picked us up and took us straight to the hostel. Since it was so late, it was nice to be able to not worry about how to get to our hostel. Luis was great, but it would have been so nice if we spoke Spanish to be able to talk with him more. Lima in a Pinch Our hostel was the Red Psycho Llama, an eco-friendly hostel that recycled everything. Super friendly and bonus - it was ...