Hotel Mamatila

Address: Antonio Arrieta 110 Esq. Cdra 16 Av. Brasil , Lima, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lima

Huaca Pucllana

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 26, 2014

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... contains various small clay structures and huts made of adobe–with some walls still standing–whose function seemed to be to act as the courtyards and patios of the enclosure which is over 500 meters in length, 100 in width and 22 in height. Other remains have been uncovered belonging to the Wari Culture (500 AD-900 AD), which was a direct influence on the Lima Culture society towards the ends of its time period. Of ...

Hasta la Vista

A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Jul 14, 2014

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... time once I was there. I brushed up on my language skills, made new friends and experiences, which I certainly do not want to miss.

The lessons I have learnt on this trip are clearly that South America does not always have a tropical climate, that not all South American women look like the cliché Latina and that Bolivians eat way too much soup for my taste :) Nevertheless, I am sure to come back here!

Hasta la ...

Peruvian salsa

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 29, 2014

Amazing beds and apartment equaled sleep in. So good to catch up on the sleep deprivation we had accumulated over the past few days. First things first. Right across the road was a supermarket, with amazing food! So differ t to Manaus where we spend most of our time there looking for one. So many fruits and veggies, and fresh bread! Not sugar filled American version either. Life is good.
Home made lunch and FIFA World ...


A travel blog entry by eric.burns on Jun 01, 2014

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... to buy some Soles the local currency which sells at about 2.7 to the US$. After a short tour of the city centre, where we had an interesting meeting with some local school kids, they wanted a photograph with an Australian, I didn't let on. First impression of Lima when you drive into the city from the Airport is that of a city that is pretty run down, however as you get closer to the centre you start to see architecture change to the Spanish Moors influence and there are ...

February 2014

A travel blog entry by passera on Feb 28, 2014

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... Nina play. I make backups of photos. Why is it so difficult! 15:30 Dry landing on Cerro Dragon, Santa Cruz island. We follow a trail inland and see flamingos and land iguanas (28). By the beach we see red crabs and blue-footed boobies. 17:30 back on boat. Chill 19:00 dinner, chat. Kids watch film 21:15 kids in bed Day 3, ISABELA, PUERTO VILLAMIL. Weather: 25c, sunny Wake-up 7:00 7:30 breakfast 8:30 dry landing on isla Tintoruras. Lava rocks and colonies of marine iguanas. Kids ...

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