Los Bandidos, Vineyard and Peruvian horseback rides

Pasaje Yaya s/n, Lima, Peru | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Pasaje Yaya s/n, Lima.
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I'm here!

A travel blog entry by disrael on Jun 27, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

Hello all!

I am happily sitting on a hostel rooftop in Lima after a slew of frustrating airline issues involving an overbooked flight and me being the lucky passenger bumped off said flight. Although I arrived in Lima 15 hours later than expected, I now hold $400 in Copa Airline compensation dollars (Who wants to meet me in Panama?) an a new appreciation of how airliners can so easily screw over their customers. But, ...

My mountain Gear

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on Feb 20, 2014

5 photos

... last day He was in Peru (like 2 months ago) is the responsible of all this! Thank you very very very much! I know you know how much it can help for treks! I love the idea we wear same size of clothes hahaha I love love them!

And with this I want to thank all people who are helping me in to get as much gear I might need for my next adventure!

See you in my next article where I will tell you how was my first experience in the snow mountain! ...

Day 7: South of the Equator!

A travel blog entry by msj322 on Jan 25, 2014

12 photos

... than in Guatemala, since I had to obtain a Peru Visa, but nothing to report.

The driver was there to greet me. Unlike Guatemala, where Duke owns 6 vehicles and employs 4 full time drivers, there was no Duke employee to pick me up. We used a private taxi service to get me to the hotel. This guy didn't speak a lick of English. I tried to make small talk in the Spanish that I knew, but he wasn't having it. Maybe ...

A whirlwind culinary tour of Peru

A travel blog entry by wingedwords on Jan 08, 2014

4 photos

Today was the feast day of the patron saint of Peru, or so it felt at least! I've been staying with the family of my friend Fernando, and I went with his father today to visit the port and see some of the city. He was anxious that I get to know some of the great Peruvian specialties, so throughout the day we stopped to try different dishes at some great little spots. It was an incredible amount of food, running the gamut from the powerfully spicy leche de tigre ...

A sad goodbye and my guide to being fabulous

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Dec 09, 2013

... to Argentina, take big $ notes. Argentinians are currently trying to hoard dollars as they are only allowed to withdraw Passos, so they will buy dollars for an inflated rate. You can do this on the black market, but the safest way is to speak to ex pats/ travellers/ hostel owners to see where money shops are. The legality of it is a bit hazy, but they will give you a similar rate as the black market, you are less likely to get robbed and the bigger the note the ...