Casa Montero

Calle los Pinos s/n, Lima, Peru | Hotel

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My Amazon account (Day 106-112)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli


... River Cruise that evening. Paul was one of three guides that grew up in the Amazon, in a small village deeper into the Amazon. His stories throughout gave us unique and interesting insight into how the local native Amazonian people live and survive in the jungle.

After a relaxing afternoon chilling in our hammocks, listening to the chirping of the Amazonian birds, we set off with our flashlights and boarded the canoe. Although we ...

Neveria lake

A travel blog entry by lizethperu


The destiny of this trekking supposed to be "Paticocha -Rondan" lake but for circunstances in my case it finished in Neveria lake. I went with a mountain club called "Camycan", my friend Abdias and Raphael (German) joined me this time. We spent the night in San Mateo and next day very early we started the trek. I can say this is one of the hardest hike i made so far. We were 25 people but after passing the first hard part i knew ...

Onward to Peru!!!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg


... the cathedral were the Catacombs. The graves were all multiple graves with one kind of bones displayed in one area, another kind in another area. No pictures were allowed but I did sneak one especially interesting one! Without flash, of course!

Ada recommended a ...

The Mighty Inca Treasures

A travel blog entry by lottyh


“Can you take us to the Gold Museum?”
we asked Paul, a Peruvian taxi driver.

“Yes, no problem,” he replied.

Our friend Joyce and I managed some
Spanish, and together we bargained really hard. Paul agreed to take
us to the Gold Museum for 60 nuevo soles, equivalent to US$20.00.
There were five of us; so the fare was not really bad for a half hour

The Museo Oro del Peru holds ...


A travel blog entry by comeasyouare


Parting with my family and friends at the airport after one of the best months of my life was difficult. Argentina has always been on my travel wish list and I cannot think of a better way of spending it than in Jehovah's service alongside his people. One final stop before my return to Panama was a 20 hour layover in Lima, Peru. Since I am not one to sit around in an airport, I took this time to blitz the city and take in as many sights as possible. I took the bus ...


This hotel, located in the Lima Este area of Lima, is near San Bartolome.
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