Travel Blogs from Lima
... on the 1st May. Just that thought was enough to drive me to cancel the plans and just stay put!
Just to add insult to injury the overnight bus arrived in Cusco 2 hours early at 4:30am and I couldn't check in until 9am.
I got to the airport to play the first waiting game. No seats or anything to eat or drink and no running water in the toilets. This and being full of cold (and very cold!) I was feeling very sorry for myself at this point. I ...
... take us. It was a 30 minute ride of stop, starts, near misses and a lot of car horns. We made it to the airport but we had once again been scammed, it became clear that the driver didn't have an airport permit and so couldn't drive up to the departure doors. Instead he made us get out on the road and we had to walk in. It wasn't too far to walk and we were pleased to be on time for our flight to Cusco, so we didn't worry too much about ...
... and the liquid becomes a deep purple color. A few meters
away, a group of workers dine on ceviche, the Peruvian national
dish. Everything appeared delectable! It made me eager to taste,
and to eat.
But alas, today, I need to get a few more items from the market. So I left Bert with Paul to
try some Peruvian food while I went with friends, to get more
I failed to ...
... me in whatever setting we've found ourselves in and language has been no barrier to discovering each others stories and finding lots to laugh about together. A special moment has been meeting 'Jacqui' - an incredible staff member of Avianca who had the job of telling me I couldn't board the plane because my luggage was lost. She and I over the next few hours became friends. She shared with me her exhaustion of working back to back shifts over New Year, of ...
... more, since I found out that he is actually 71 years old (although he looks like he’s in his mid-50s) and he wants to retire, but yet he is worried about the future of all the children in the home, and also about the future of children who are very sick, who will need to come to a home like this in the future, as such he is staying and operating this children’s home for another two years’, in the hope that he will be able to find a suitable replacement for ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Suites Orrantia Lima
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Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $226
- Great Hotel
- Love the JW Marriott
- Home away from home in a complicated city
Cercado de Lima, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $160
- This hotel is in a scary area
- So noisy
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San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $163
Lima Central, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $48
- Liked the old fasion style
- Faded glory
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Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $134
- Un excellent h˘tel
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San Isidro, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $172
San Juan De Lurigancho, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Lima Residencial, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $147
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- Servizio fantastico
- Great Service
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $158
Miraflores, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $129
Callao, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $217
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $97
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $292
- Toller Platz - ein Besuch lohnt sich
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- Great place to visit
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Lima Norte, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $130
Lima Residencial, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $100
Guardia Civil 727, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $136
San Isidro, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $186
Lima Residencial, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Lima Este, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Lima Central, Lima | 4 star hotelfrom $207
- The best hotel in lima
- First Class
- First Rate Hotel
Comas, Lima | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Miraflores, Lima | 2 star hotelfrom $204
San Isidro, Lima | 5 star hotelfrom $92