La Riaza

Pasaje Kawai @ Km. 89 of Panamericana Sur, Lima, Peru | Lodge
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My Amazon account (Day 106-112)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli


... to do something "normal" for a change. You have probably realised that we are so over museums now!

We still wanted to try a good restaurant that Lima was so famous for. We managed to get a reservation at Maido, a Japanese restaurant with Peruvian elements, voted 11 out of the top 50 restaurants in Latin America in 2014. Once we got there, we realised that there was nothing vegetarian on the menu! The attentive waiter ordered us some ...

First day in Peru

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... Julie had marinated fish and a beef schnitzel and I had a local pork and rice dish. The waiter spoke no English but we got there in the end. A wander around all the restaurants then a 20 minute stroll back to hotel. In the local church there was a wedding happening at 8pm on a Friday night and there was another wedding waiting to go in. This area is quite safe with lots of people and ...

Eating Our Way Through Lima

A travel blog entry by jamierand


... cold Cusqeno beers in hand; we were thrilled to be off our feet. Our waiter thankfully spoke English and explained we should have the samplers. We did whatever he said, and were treated to the most amazing cebiche. Any of you who know my inability to eat spicy food will appreciate that we ate ALL of it. And debated licking the plate afterward. We also had a boatload (literally) of causas; mashed potato mounds stuffed with all sorts of things. We couldn't identify all of it, but it ...

Helping a Friend Travel cheaply around Peru!

A travel blog entry by panoramicamera

... for everything-Ask what the cost of a taxi/cambi is before entering- Always carry TP in your pocket- wad up a little roll from the hostel your staying at. you shouldn't have to buy any, just carry with you at all times.-Just read FEB is rainiest month, MARCH is still part of rainy season. Bring a raincoat or umbrella and pack one of those cheap panchos for backup and you will be fine!-BUY NOW -NALGENE,-STERI PEN ...

The Mighty Inca Treasures

A travel blog entry by lottyh


... tour at the Museu Oro del Peru. Our next stop was at the
Inca Market in Miraflores. It is located at the neighbourhood which
was full of prosperous, young residents. It probably has some of the
best homes. It is, without doubt, one of the most popular places for
tourists, foreign expatriates, and locals (who can afford it). The
coastal district has a lot to offer in form of cafe's, restaurants,
bars and clubs.

The Inca Market is ...


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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