Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco
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Nous arrivons en fin de journée a Huanchaco, qui nous a séduites pour ses pêcheurs, sa plages et ses surfeurs ! La Señora de Los Ficus nous accueille à bras ouvert nous proposant la bible comme livre de chevet, nous mettant sa cuisine à disposition et nous conseillant de ne parler qu'en español entre nous trois. On va y penser...
Off-season seaside South America style. Between the desert and the sea mists Huanchaco was a strip of mostly empty restaurants, bars, hotels and even a victorian style pier. Margate suddenly didn´t seem so far away. The surfing looks better of course and if you run the seafood gauntlet the ceviche is damn tasty too and its incredibly unlikely you´d …
I made it to Trujillo, but it was a long trip. I turns out the 20th, the day I left Arequipa, was the day of a huelga. A huelga, for those of you who never got that important vocabulary word in your Spanish classes, is a strike. It´s no small strike though and when you ask any Arequipeño about it, they get all misty-eyed and tell how beautiful it …
... such as drinking hallucinogenic cactus juice to cleanse the soul. The historians are aware of the torturing as ceramic models of bound naked men were discovered on one of the floors. When the time came to kill the victim they would be taken up to a viewing platform infront of the Moche people and a glass of their blood was presented to the high priest who would either drink the blood or pour it onto the farm land. The victim was then either beaten to death or his neck slit. We ...
... his wife coimes to her senses one day.
Once the westuit was sorted I suited up and went on the 30 min mission down the beach. I could see that there was little swell but the excitement of a new break, particularly one with the label of longest wave in the world, brought a skip to my stride. Once I reached the break there were 3 people out and having been caught in a garden of sea urchins in Hunachaco I was a little more tentative of how I would enter the surf. ...
A family run place which was well located near the beach and the restaurants was simply great!
The lady welcomed us and gave us a clean and big bedroom with hot water for the shower.
There is a kitchen to be used as well.
We'd recommend this hostel to anyone who wants to feel at home.
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