Villa Carmen Lodge

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Our last day in Lima

A travel blog entry by kdejmc on Jul 11, 2015

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Today we went on a "gastronomic" tour of Lima. We did this to pass the time today, as our flight doesn't leave until Midnight. But we have to leave for the airport at 8, as for some reason, the Lima airport only has so many gates open, and it can take two to three hours to get through them.

Again, this is Lima. World class restaurants. Modern architecture. 11 million people. No subway system. Two gates open in at ...

A Paradise Untouched by Man

A travel blog entry by kaitlin.tulbert on Jul 01, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

So I've struggled for awhile to motivate myself to blog. I wanted to be in the right mood, and give this entry the right amount of effort it deserves - because the Amazon gave me a whole new perspective and was an irreplaceable experience. So, I'm finally feeling much better, ready, relaxed, and well rested to write about my incredible weekend. If you want to get in the mood of the jungle while you read, I included the links to my two most-played songs on my iPod while ...

Travelling for cheaters!

A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 29, 2015

We had a very early start being picked up by our Peru Hop bus. The easy life had begun. We were the first on the bus and provided to pick up more.mans from other hostels. Once all were aboard we drove to the Peru tourism sign so people could take moist photos with it and were unable to go to the Christ statue because it was the festival of the fishermanwhich was clearly a big deal. Once the coach had manoeuvred out of the chaos we headed away from Lima to ...

The Beginning of a Peruvian Adventure

A travel blog entry by monicacarson on Jun 14, 2015

We woke up to our free breakfast provided by G adventures, and made plans to head to church that day as our first day in Lima was on a Sunday. We asked for directions at reception and made our way to the church where on the way we were happy to discover a parade on the streets. The city was having a procession to celebrate their traditional saints. There were many different groups of people dancing in the streets in their traditional costumes. What an amazing way ...

Day 3 - Torture, Catacombs and nightlife

A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 12, 2015

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... are targeted a lot by pick pockets in the area we were heading, by as long as we stayed within about 4 blocks of the City center we should be ok, much further than that and you start getting in to the slum sort of area, there is also a lot of corruption by the police around this area too (stories Chris was telling us yesterday confirm this). The taxi driver was very funny, although I really couldn't make out a lot of what he was saying, I could pick ...

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