Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

Address: Los Ficus 215 , Huanchaco, Peru | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

Reviewed by lastresguapas

Feeling like home

Reviewed Apr 1, 2012
by (21 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

Day 7 in Peru

A travel blog entry by nmitch on Dec 10, 2014

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... The little town only has a population of 161 citizens, so we got to spend the day on a nice, quiet beach, which was very enjoyable to us. After the relaxing, low-key day on the beach, we head into the small town to get dinner. We decide on the Restaurante Santa Maria del Mar. The restaurant was very fancy (which we ...

Surfers, Pelicans and Ceviche

A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Oct 18, 2014

... need to have pretty strong arms to be able to paddle hard and quickly enough to gain enough momentum to catch and ride a wave. My weedy little arms aren't feeling up to the challenge. Maybe next time.

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Day 17 Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by fish54 on Sep 13, 2014

... Designs carved into walls and painted using mineral colours. There was also,an area for sacrifices made to the mountain behind. This would be done during the times of the rain, about every 15 years, asking for rains to stop. Bodies were left in the square for vultures. The facade of the pyramid has only this year been revealed and is in very good condition. Much of what has been unearthed has been covered with roofs to ...

The Final Entry

A travel blog entry by looptiloop on Jan 01, 2014

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... I met along the way - wether they be fellow travellers, locals, tour guides, homeless or just another bloody German - you have supplemented my journey with your life stories and laughter.

I want to thank everyone who read my laborious entries. Your support kept me writing, and my writing is a tangible reminder of experience and emotion. Thank you.

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Ecuador to Perú

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Dec 12, 2013

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... crocks without too much hassle, but not without at least twenty women petting him on the head, tickling him under his chin saying “muy lindo” or “muy bonito,” and this has been a pattern since we entered this country. Eli told me yesterday that he’s ready to retire! The highlight of the market for me were the various DVD shops showing movies of either bull fight mishaps or women cat fights (perhaps wrestling, but with absolutely ...

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