Habitat Hotel

Calle Piura 105, Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Day 7: South of the Equator!

A travel blog entry by msj322

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... Hut, and a Dunkin Donuts.

I purposely have chosen window seats on these flights so I don't miss anything "cool". One of the things I was hoping to see from the air is the Panama Canal, but I never saw it. As I arrived in Peru, I did get some good views of the coast. It looked very arid, dusty, and dry. No green anywhere. Going through immigration was no issue. I was curious to see if there were going to be ...

The Eagles Have Landed!

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl

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... a treat!

In Lima traffic was chaotic with throngs of people everywhere and some very humble homes and business premises interspersed with the occasional apartment block. Wild dogs roamed the streets and sat on garbage which had been left on the footpaths. Traffic control police (or lack thereof) scootled around on motorbikes with blue lights flashing in their attempts to bring about some sort of order.
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Days 2&3: Lima City Tour

A travel blog entry by rheadeja

... the Peruvian fruits and veggies we have tried. She even bought some of those special limes, hacked them open, and is drying the seeds as I type.

We wanted to have an early dinner as we had to be up at 3am the next morning for our flight to Puno. We asked where we could find a good vegetarian restaurant and were directed to Alma Zen.

Humberto, our easy on the eyes hotel host, gave mom the directions and off we went. It ended up being a bit of an adventure. ...

Day 20 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble

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... consisted of manly hockey, maple syrup and Justin Bieber jokes because us Brits have the best chat. Following this the whole hostel was really chummy. We played ping pong, table football and chatted until the hostel announced free shots for everyone. They used a whole bottle of voddy lining up the biggest line of shots I've ever seen. We all raised our glasses to Parawana hostel and downed the shots. It was at this stage this random girl started piping up. She had turned ...

Lima: Sleep, Steak, Ceviche and Catacombs

A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013

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... think glass panes would be, but as Lima receives 1mm of rain a year, the glass is unnecessary, so there is none. We saw the dramatic view of the shanty towns on Lima's hillside - a very colourful view with pink, blue and green little houses (Peru's government supplies the paint for free). We thoroughly (unexpectedly) enjoyed our quick stop in Lima, and we are glad to have another day or so to explore at the end of our holiday. But for now... next stop is Puerto Maldondo and the Amazon ...

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