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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... the table and Niels cleaned where they had been. Shasha a newcomer from France set out dishes. Lucille who, when we sat down to eat, surprise to me, was master of ceremonies. Das, who you may remember, racked up his shoulder at the skateboard park and had since worn a sling, was ****** at himself and had been on prescription drugs for the pain. He sat on the sofa and watched the proceedings. I brought him more beer and his face effused with a smile at what seemed to him to be a ...
... 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 ...
... will be too much. I will write another post about our tour of Chan ChiChung, and in addition Ernesto and Camilla invite me for lunch at their hostal the next day - an excellent time.
I have another post completed about the fab day that was yesterday but I am beginning to feel and think that the posts may be coming to an end as I am soon wrapping up my time in Peru.
I will spend a week in Lima. Then I fly to the US and Plattsburgh (in upstate New York) – a ...
Relaxing morning with a sleep in and another wander around the town. An afternoon excursion to the Chan Chan sites. Absolutely amazing to see Inca sites - one of the main reasons I booked the trip. The first place we went to was the home of one of the former kings. Each king is built their own which took 20 years. The carvings in the wall gave a depiction of what was important to them. Being a ...
... night camp again and setup shop for the evening.
It was much fully now, the Australian was there, and 2 other tour groups and more guides, so I was hoping it would turn into an interesting evening but most people went to sleep very early, there were no frogs or snakes in the shelter nor was there rain...so I crashed around 9pm after I worked on my blog in the quiet of the Amazon sitting on the dock alone.