Nido Inn

Address: Calle San Martin 211, Lima, 18, Peru | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Lima Norte area of Lima.
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    Travel Blogs from Lima

    South Amercia!

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Apr 12, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... on the fact that he was so young, and so tiny, so how could he possibly know anything important or be fluently bilingual? Right? Wrong. Towards the end of the flight he turned to me, and confidently asked me in perfect English where I came from. I told him I came from Australia, but that I had been in the UK and Europe for the last 2 months. He understood all of the that perfectly. I then asked him where he came from (Mexico), how old he was (11), and what the group ...

    City of the Dead

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... 6:00 am in the morning have the strong and immediate urge to document the hazy Lima dawn in the park. So I was back in the Parque de la Exposicion watching the sun climb higher and higher, flashing through the branches of trees and bursting over the roofs of the municipal buildings. It was a precious moment; the frenetic city looked almost delicate, sort of like a face on the brink of waking up, retaining the peace of sleep but somehow aware of the coming day. Once the sun was ...

    Archaeology and Coach #1

    A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 09, 2015

    ... punctuated with a beautifully painted pastel coloured hut.

    Other times the punctuation is a sprawling shanty town. I think they are shanty towns: it’s not lethal looking corrugated iron constructions. They are all brick. But I simply cannot imagine an architect having drawn these constructions, is that what a shanty building is? A lot of the buildings don’t seem to have roofs. Are they simply not finished being built yet? Or is it Peruvian constructional energy ...

    Miraflores and Barranco by foot

    A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 08, 2015

    ... is lovely inside, decorations, tables and chairs, all made from recycled bits and bobs. This is an eco hostel.

    We sit in a chairs made from half a bath tub each, cut lengthwise, our recently purchased drinks on a table made of bottle tops. Dale, a resident at the hostel from Manchester explains his purpose for being in Peru: he is preparing for and intending to consume Ayahuasca. This is a shamanistic ritual in which you consume a psychedelic beverage ...

    May the gods keep you safe!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 30, 2015

    20 photos

    ... however, use it to get high. A lot of people chew it and, according to Jose, it is similar to caffeine in that it gives one additional energy. He also believes it has many health benefits, citing his parent’s health as evidence. I take his word for these statements. But he did demonstrate how they use the drug in religious ceremonies, holding up three leaves representative of the three prime powers sacred to the indigenous natives – snake, puma ...