Casabarco Lima

Jr. Cosmos 447 Surco, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Oh, Lima. The sun will not come out tomorrow...

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Sep 01, 2014

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... it is that the sun has abandoned me and unlike the song from Annie, I know that the sun will not indeed come out tomorrow. Or the next day. On the rare day that the sun manages to break through (a grand total of three times in the five weeks I have been here), I literally throw on some clothes and RUN outside. I am not exaggerating. Lima is cool (literally and figuratively), but I cannot handle this ...

Peruvian salsa

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 29, 2014

... very happy chicas! We decided to hit up the shops that we accidentally found last night when looking for a disco tech. Lama jumpers, scarfs and beanies were on the agenda, they felt so so smooth and warm. Kate found her choice dress up item.....white dressing gown looking coat for only 1000 PEN. It did feel amazing though, looked ridiculous though.
The Marriott was right across the road and also had a lama jumper ...

I'm so confused!

A travel blog entry by melita.brandon on May 10, 2014

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... lesson. The church has 3000 members with a sabbath school for every single age, year by year- incredible. We met a Canadian who owns a mining company in Lima, and a hippy from Bristol whose calling is to convert Jews to Messianic Judaism and lead them back to Israel. Both really interesting guys. Travelling around by taxi or on foot is the best way to get around Lima. We learned from Anita that the eager taxi drivers are the ones you don't want, and the ...

¡Adios! Goodbye from Lima, Peru!

A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Apr 08, 2014

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... band. It was so unique and so very cool to watch!

Soon, many of the performers changed into costumes and recruited some of our fellow Adventurers to participate in some dance moves. Everyone was into it, clapping and cheering our new friends on. It was really entertaining and a very immersive glimpse into the Peruvian culture of dance and music.

After our the entertainment an extravagant buffet was presented to us and we were able to dine in the ...

End of South America

A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on Mar 05, 2014

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Well after a mad 7 weeks, we sadly have to leave South America. We have done so much here but we both feel that we have only scratched the surface of this great continent. So far we have covered almost 20000 Km in travel. We are very excited to be moving onto countries where people speak English for a while.





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