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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsJo's Place Huaraz
jo and vicky rock! we love their dog, whitey too!
rooms can get a wee bit chilly from time to time!
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A day trip to Lake 69 in Huascaran National Park offers a serenity and views difficult to contend with. Picture lush countryside with a meandering river calming the senses, lilac flowers in full bloom, ponies grazing freely, wild yet elegant waterfalls pouring into the valley from the surrounding ice capped mountains, blue skies with a handful of …
We arrived in Huaraz about 6am from our overnight bus from Lima and went to find a hostel which was open this early in the morning. We found one, checked in and had a much needed shower (we were averaging about 2 showers a week at this point due to one reason or another – multiple day hikes, getting overnight buses so we weren´t actually s...
Huaraz 29th nov - 1st dec On the first full day in Huaraz, all thirteen of us went on a hike up the mountains to a lake called 69, this was a trek and a half, the lake was 4650m high and it was sat beneath these stunning white topped mountains in the distance. It took us just over 3hrs to claim 750m to the lake. It was so much hard work, the alt...
Monday 7th June, Day 490
On Road to Huaraz, Peru
I slept alright on my night bus to Huaraz. I arrived at about 3:00am and then caught a taxi through the little town to a hostel that sounded nice and friendly. Papa got up to let me in and put me in a room, the dorm was all mine and I fell right to sleep...