La Riaza

Address: Pasaje Kawai @ Km. 89 of Panamericana Sur, Lima, Peru | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Lima Sur area of Lima, is near San Francisco Monastery, Playa El Silencio, Central Bank Museum, and Black Bull Forest Reserve.
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      Back in the Big City (and at sea level!)

      A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... and the flavor packets for the sours. I know we won't have any trouble filling the extra space in our bags.

      One last note before I head off to sleep. One of the clippings on the wall at dinner had the pull quote, "Si viajar is vivir más, yo voy por los 130 años." It translates roughly to, "If travel gives you a greater life, I will live to be ...

      A Day in Lima

      A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... to be safe) for $12 to a hostel in a nice neighborhood. I'm not staying the night, but the hostel costs the same as a locker at the airport, but also comes with a shower and toilet. I left my bag behind and walked south the ocean and then along a high ridge overlooking the beach. I came to an outdoor-ish kind of mall containing all kinds of western brands. Not especially amazing places, but McDonalds, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Tony Roma's, Chilis, ...

      Pisco Capital

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Oct 21, 2014

      ... the centre and visiting MALI - museum of art in Lima.

      I enjoy my time in Peru's capital. My hostel's great, people are friendly, the food is varied and tasty and I try for the first time the country's signature cocktail - Pisco sour - made from lime juice, pisco, egg white, sugar and a sprinkle of angostura bitters. The combination is delicious and dangerously drinkable.

      Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... but manipulating and processing. It scorns such questions because it conceive only of the sort of clear, explicit answer that it rightly (from its own perspective) dismisses as unverifiable. This has consequences, of course, one being that we are fobbed off with the idea that successful manipulation of the world is all that matters. But both intuition and experience tell us that it isn't.

      Taxi death rides and "really, really old" ruins...

      A travel blog entry by lucyandhayley on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... end of the deal don't we?! Our guide was lovely but difficult to understand and we didn't manage to learn a great deal... although when I asked Hayley to clarify the age of the ruins she puzzled for a moment before saying "really, really old". What should I have expected from a Mathematician?! In the afternoon we headed into Lima with Sherri and Drew to explore. We discovered that Peruvian drivers are absolutely crazy and on our return journey spent a ...