Posada Peregrinus

Av. La Alborada 1378, Lima, L01, Peru | 2 star pension
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Days 129 - 131: Lima, Peru

A travel blog entry by tksa


... drinks are a little expensive for a travellers budget but a sneaky bottle of cheap rum from the supermarket saved us quite a bit. We played beer pong and flip cup (both of which Kelly was very very good at) with the other travellers in the hostel and then jumped in a taxi to the Barranco district to a few bars.

We were surprised to find that we were the only gringos in the joint and tried to blend in with what we thought at the time was ...

Indictors optional; honking required

A travel blog entry by maccanat29


... and have some quick lunch by the sea. Bronte's jet lag is so intense she falls asleep at the table. Miraflores is one of Lima's safer areas and the literature says that all the 'movers and shakers' live there. This is evident when BMWs and Porsches pass us. The area has had some serious infrastructure built and there is an enormous 3 storey shopping mall built into the cliffs. The mall has all the ...

Cusco to Tambopata Research Center

A travel blog entry by nicval


... that neutralize the toxins taken in from fruit. Because of this, the parrots and macaws are driven to go to the clay daily and must visit after two or three days, or become ill. We were told that for the first thirty days the chicks are solely fed clay by their parents so it must have additional nutritive properties as well. Back for breakfast we had a group of spider monkeys swing their way past the dining room. We headed out after breakfast for a walk through the mud in ...

Wow....what a day!

A travel blog entry by nicandshelley


... but no....don't be fooled...Iberia don't have private TVs...you are lucky if you got one per 7 rows and my speaker system didn't even work. It's fair to say that 12 hours was truly awful!

We we finally arrived in Lima at. 5.30pm. By this point we had all literally been awake for 24 hours, needless to say we just wanted a shower and bed! Awaiting at the baggage carousel, we soon came to realise that even though we made ...

Bienvenido a Peru

A travel blog entry by minicooper


... s popular here, people often drink it as Pisco Sour, which is a short cocktail made from Pisco, lime, syrup and egg white. I met the rest of the group (a lot of girls, with people from Australia, Canada, Russia, Germany and two other Brits) and the guide, Renzo, who gave us an itinerary of what we'd be doing, including telling us about how difficult the Inca Trail will be for us all...! After the meeting we went out for a meal at a local restaurant, I had spaghetti in a typical ...


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