The Angels Inn Backpackers Peru

Address: Calle Porta No. 540, Lima, 18, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Miraflores area of Lima, is near Sala Museo Oro del Peru, Presidential Palace (Palacio de Gobierno), Callao, and Pena del Carajo.
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      We made it!

      A travel blog entry by zoe13 on Dec 23, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... rests. The room was good because there was about 3 other people in this expansive room and no tvs playing loud Spanish language tv shows.
      I was slightly dreading the 4 plane rides that stretched out in front of me like a never ending river standing between me and the start of my holiday. However, it wasn't as bad as I imagined. There was a slight issue that although I had ordered a vegetarian meal when booking the flights (something Qantas took note ...


      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Oct 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... you manage without a bag Emily Stevens!?). In retrospect it was probably a little OTT especially because we only stuck to the secure main tourist area but it was good practice for other places that might not be so policed. After a few days we began to relax a little and realise that you just need to be sensible, avoid the parts of town tourists are not recommended to go to, and not flash your valuables. Nobody deserves to be robbed but walking ...

      Peruvian Adventures: The Llama Chronicles

      A travel blog entry by nomadicduo on Jun 11, 2014

      ... of it's inhabitants. Furthermore, each island has a president who is elected every year and all of the islands are overseen by a president who is elected every four years. They even have their own justice system and can enforce laws and punishments (with the exception of killing someone). While the tour showed us some amazing places, we couldn't help but wonder if the islanders could better preserve their lifestyles if there weren't hoards of tourists flooding in ...

      Lima in a whirlwind 1.5 days

      A travel blog entry by lou_w on Mar 21, 2014

      9 photos

      I had a quick stop over in Lima, to tell you the truth, I couldn't stay there longer than a couple of days. When you've spent most of your time in small towns or hiking, it's difficult to re-adjust to a big city! And Lima is big, and more modern than I was expecting. There was a plethora of KFC's, but my logic is that if KFC makes me sick at home, I'm sure it will in Peru! I spent my ...

      The Playlists: Lost and Home

      A travel blog entry by wingedwords on Jan 09, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... 8217;m starting to see the deep intertwining kinship between what it means to lose, to be lost, to belong, to inhabit, and to find home. Thought it was about time I shared!

      For some songs, you can probably immediately recognize why I chose them; others remain somewhat of a mystery even to me. One of the greatest delights of this trip has been unlocking the secrets of those songs that strangely speak to me in ways I could never have imagined ...