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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During the night a huge thunderstorm hit us, we stayed dry as this place was really well built. I loved the sound of the rain shatter against the roof, the sound of the amphibian life and the smell of the water...every time I got up to pee, I would spend a little more time outside that I needed. The thunder was just as loud as before, and the rain was heavy and persistent.
I awoke early, but easily an ...
- finding better lodgings with a little help from a local (Antonio)
- walk round peer and city front
- more bad burns, heat
At this point I realized that no matter how much sun screen I applied, it wasn't enough. The sun is so hot around here and this place is so dry, that even wearing a hat my head is getting tanned, this is truly the driest place on earth.
We woke up early as we wanted to find ...
... small plazas and PLENTY of sea food.
The following morning, we woke up to catch our tour to the Sun and Moon temple ruins from the Mochi civilisation 1300 years ago (before the Incas). We then spent the afternoon wandering around the Chan Chan ruins. Super amazing parts of Peruvian history and crazy to think that these ruins have stood the test of time and can be seen 1300years later. They give us ...
... the right road and we turned off into the maze of little side roads towards our hotel checking over our shoulder for any people who maybe following us, having taken one wrong turn we were pleased to see the bright light of the hotel. The following morning we enjoyed using the collectivos once again to the Temples of the Sun and Moon. We had decided to do it ourselves and not pay for a tour and this turned out to be a great choice. The museum had English signage and ...
... and got our bags without problem. An half an hour taxi ride took us to the beach of Huanchaco. We had lost our hostel reservation, that I had made on-line, so I had to park the girls somewhere and go searching for accomodation. The taxi dropped us in front of hostel Sudamerica so this is where I started the search. It was run by the friendliest lady from Kansas US, Julie, who had lived many years in Argentina, where she had 4 grown children. After a ...