Hotel Emilio

Av. Jose Galvez s/n, Barranca, Peru | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Barranca

Discovery of the mother city

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... Barranca, it is a windy road and the week previous a local bus had plummeted off the cliff killing 35. Bus travel in Peru definitely has it's risks, drivers are not always sober, think they are rally drivers, and can fall asleep as they do super long journeys without a second driver. The buses are not always in the best of condition to say the least. That is why it is advisable to to pay the extra for a safer tourist bus, but none of them go from Barranca to Huaraz. Why ...

Tour two ends... Drinking and dancing in Barranco

A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett


... and headed in to central Lima for a final spot of sightseeing. Enjoyed the beautiful architecture of Plaza Mayor and took a tour of the church and convent San Francisco... Visited the catacombs and saw a painting of the last supper with tells is that in fact Jesus ate Guinea Pig! This evening I met up with Migue from couchsurfing who took me out drinking and dancing in Barranco for a few hours. Lovely man, a good first experience from couchsurfing ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... we had Victor, Oscar and Diana waiting for us to take us home. They were waiting at least 3 hours for us in this dilapidated bus station. We felt so bad that they had waited for us but at the same time so thankful that they could take us home safely after our meandering trip through the mountains.

For our final night in Bogota and we went out to dinner with the family once again to this nice ...

Lima and Nasca

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... gives a short speech in which he describes our group as "difficult and challenging". Everyone is bemused with the unintentional irony that’s evident, but we let it go – it’s the last night after all and we’ll get chance to leave reviews and comments later. We walk to the place we’re eating, and Lima doesn’t appear to get any better – the opposite in fact. It’s very corporate and appears to lack its own cultural ...

Lima - culture and commotion

A travel blog entry by jowhiting


... Larco Mar. It could be a shopping area anywhere in the world with well known shopping chains. Slightly annoying was the fact that they still appeared to be finishing it off as everywhere workman were drilling or banging something and many of the shops had yet to open. We stopped for a coffee in one of the cafes with a view over the ocean. The winter mist that seems to engulf Lima was not going away and the sea took on a rather grey pallor. Below us we could see the famous La ...

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