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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Re Peru, West Coast
May 23rd, written May 24th to the 27th, 2015
This could be the last post. Nope one more to come. Tonight I take the overnight bus to Lima where I have one week to have a look about and then I fly out on June 2nd to Northern New York to visit my mum and then to Vancouver and then to granddaughter land.
I may post about the week in Lima. I may not. I am tired.
Part of tired ...
There's nothing like beginning the next leg of the trip with a 5:15 am departure. It was nice that there was virtually no traffic on the streets around the hotel but surprisingly as soon as we hit the main highway it was really busy. We drove past some of the markets that were adjacent to the main highway and they were already packed and it wasn't even 6 am yet. The one thing that I've noticed is that a lot of the cities and villages in Peru you have to ...
... Black musicians were banned from radio. Harold brings up pirate radio in Britain where rock and roll was broadcasted from a ship moored outside international waters. On and on the conversation goes. The radio towers in Mexico blasting R & R into southern California.
And finally the inevitable question: what was it like – being in the 60’s. This from Harold. He is a student of the 60s. His father is all things Woodstock. He took Harold on a trip from Britain ...
... water beading on the cool brown glass and trickling down the side of the glistening bottle. At lunch today the fellow at the next table had a beer with his lunch. I could easily drink beer from noon til bed.
Okay here is something to talk about. At lunch the other day I met two Americans – not a couple (one at one table and one at the other) and the three of us talked during lunch. Nice people. Fun to talk with. Traveled and smart. But they TRY (I’m sure ...
... the numerous restaurants, our favourite of which was Menu Land!! The hostal we stayed in was extremely sociable so we met some cool people and mainly hung out around the bar playing cards and generally not doing much. I did manage to get one day of surfing in, but all in all it was quite a relaxing 5 days and the town is a littlle trap that you could get stuck in for weeks without realising it!
Next stop Huaraz, high up in the Peruvian Andes.