Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco
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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Hola amigos, It's been awhile since my last entry, but this entire time (around 3 weeks) I've been on or around the beach in some capacity. Mostly lying on my ass either on the beach or in a hammock a few feet from a beach. I know...such a hard life I live. People often talk about having "spirit animals" - I'm not sure what mine is, but i definitely have learned that if "spirit furniture" was a thing, mine would be a hammock. First, I'll give a general orientation to the places ...
... for the run. As I ran, on shore I saw some of the traditional reed boats that they use for fishing. Hopefully later today I'll see them out in the water. This morning we drove to see some local ruins, Chan Chan. This was an ancient city with the last civilization on the northern coast of Peru before the Incas came and conquered it. At its prime, it had about 40,000 people living in the 20 square kilometres of ...
... well as something else. Music has him in its clutches. He certainly has the voice, the presence, the looks and is 6 feet plus and beautifully built. When he sings as he does often he practices his stage moves, expressions and hand motions. Who knows, he may make the big time and if not he will be full of joy singing somewhere to someone. He is 23, she is 21.
The driver takes us to the Temple of the Sun. The Temple of the Moon is being excavated and is not open for viewing. The ...
... Alberto who had already been up preparing for the day. The river had risen, so it may be more challenging today as the tide was stronger, thankfully I wasn't the one paddling. We had breakfast and hung around until the rain stopped, as Alberto didn't like the idea of going out in the rain, nor did I. Once out it got hot fast, faster than the previous morning, it was around 9am and I already need sunscreen. It ...
... been human sacrifices. We had one of
our scariest rides ever coming back into town as the driver hit 150kms an hour
and this was on back roads with a very strong cross wind. We surprisingly made
it back in one piece and after a late lunch and shopping we were heading to an
ATM when we passed a church in the CBD where a coffin was being carried out. We
stood to the side and watched the funeral procession where the coffin ...