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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- This was a largely uneventful day following proceedings from the night before - the only major plan was to go to Lima in the evening - so we did very little. We hung out at the hostel, got some food and ****, went swimming in the sea. One cool thing we discovered was that Toby is a master at stacking stones on top of each other - really cool, right... we watched a bit more football, ate some supper, cleared our bowels, then got in a taxi to Trujillo to get to the ...
... few days up the coast via a five hour bus trip all looking as refreshed as if they had just rolled out of bed after 10 hours of sleep.
I sat on the sidewalk in a space between Joannalyn and Maryanne and we talked about their trip.
Cynthia, who I had spent a huge amount of enjoyable time talking with the previous day wanted to talk and found a way to excuse herself from a conversation with a young fellow who was no doubt interested in running away with her to the ...
... of falafel for a little nap. We had to another beach bar, which has exquisite service - fifteen minutes per drink but is pretty good Craic as the sofas nearly fall apart and they are playing funky tunes which the Peruvian guys and gals rock out to. I cave and get a salmonella hot dog pre bed and enjoy a good nights sleep hearing the waves break. Lairy Jemma fortunately wakes me up and after an overpriced cereal bar ...
We meet with our tour guide. It is noon. We have been snacking on peanuts and mandrina – quite paltry amounts I might add, and we have yet to see Chan ChiChung ( the name was denigrated by the early Spanish to Chan-Chan.) The driver had said we would be finished our tour by lunch – right, a very late lunch.
Off we go to Chan ChiChung. To be continued.
It is noon as I write and my thought is that the above is enough to post - to complete ...
It is very easy to get from Huanchaco to Chan Chan. The collectivo passed the corner approximately 30 feet from the front door of Neylamp, our B&B. Fifteen minutes later we passed in front of the lane to Chan Chan, literally; the driver had to be reminded that we wanted to get off there so we had an extra walk back to the entrance. A taxi waited for us at the lane but, as hardy Canadians, we elected to walk the lane ...