Huanchaco Gardens

Av. Circunvalacion 440, Huanchaco, 51, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

At the beach

A travel blog entry by siyaya

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We had a long drive from Chachapoyas to the coast – we left at 6am and only got in to Chiclayo at 6pm. We were both tired and then had to negotiate the big city traffic and find a place to stay that could also accommodate our vehicle. We had thought that a place near Chiclayo, on the sea, called Pimentel, would be nice to stay at. But on …

Leaving Huaraz for the coast

A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour

38

The last couple of days in Huaraz consisted of a desperate run around to do jobs that made sense doing where we knew where things were. I got a haircut and took Cara's shorts to the market where the seamstresses did mending ludicrously cheap. It’s a weird feature of latin America that anything imported like car parts costs a fortune but …

A city made completely out of mud

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

11

Huanchaco, PERU Traditional "Cabellito" boats, beachfront seafood restaurants, and thrill-seeking surfers galore...this is where many travellers fortunate enough to be in Peru's north coast find themselves spending more than a few nights. CHAN CHAN The largest pre-Colombian city in the Americas, and the largest adobe city in the world, this vast …

Ruined

A travel blog entry by finn_steve

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Stopped at a beach resort called Huanchaco, weather was ****. So far, thats the way its been on the Pacific. Its ok if you surf I guess. Saw some big old ruins made out of mud bricks. Not bad. My travel companion for the last few weeks left for home from Lima so I“m on my own again which kind of sucks, as we had a great time together. Guess its …

Waves and Ruins

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-

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... del continente, adornata con grandi quantitą d'oro e argento; qualcosa come 60.000 persone di etnia Chimł vivevano dentro le sue mura di argilla. Oggi non ne rimane molto, grazie agli spagnoli che la saccheggiarono durante la loro discesa verso Cusco, e grazie a pioggia e inondazioni che ne hanno eroso gran parte degli edifici e delle mura. Resta comunque un posto abbastanza impressionante da vedere. Impressionanti, per la loro bruttezza, sono anche i cani peruviani ...

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This hostel, located on Av. Circunvalacion 440, Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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