El Patio de Monterrey

Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz

Huaraz and mountains, mountains, mountains!

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 30, 2014

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... really sad. We got the stuff for dinner and wandered through the town on our way back towards the hostel. We found a couple of old women roasting coconuts on the side of the road so we brought a packet for 1 sole. They were so tasty. She had mixed the roasted coconut with honey and rolled them into little balls. That night we sat on top of the hostel roof terrace watching the sun set. It threw up some beautiful pinks and oranges before it started raining and we had to go inside. Then ...

Huaraz and Trekking

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 30, 2014

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... As it's Kerrie's birthday she got to choose where we went for lunch and she chose a place called Chille Heaven that does curries and burritos, it was a great choice too. To kill time we visited the market again and made sure we avoided the bags of live guinea pigs waiting for slaughter. We decided to get some cheap bags to put our sleeping bags in for the donkeys to carry on our trek. Our next stop was the cafe we went to the morning we arrived for cake to celebrate ...


A travel blog entry by disrael on Jul 01, 2014

... We met for the first time during our first night in Lima, and after 5 minutes of knowing one another, Josh booked a bus to Huaraz with me for the following morning. Together, we spent the first few days in Huaraz rock climbing, exploring the city, and doing a day trek to a glacial lagoon, as well as experienced our first boughts of altitude sickness mid-trek!

After Josh took off, I spent a few more days climbing rocks and ...

Santa Cruz trek - 4 days

A travel blog entry by lizethperu on May 24, 2014

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... forget my painful day before.

I spent lot of time just watching the river listening the sound of the water thinking that the trek was going to end soon and how incredible (despite some pain) it was living in the mountains for some days. Breathing deep and after a nice breakfast (eggs with sausages) i was ready to get to the end!

From here it was very easy. As we walked a lot the day before, the good thing about it was that we only walked 3 hours this time. It was ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 18, 2014

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... of Tilcapampa. Just 2 blocks back was an ancient drainage channel with a beautiful curved marble footbridge – had stumbled upon an old camino real, which we followed for about 20 mins until we found a bridge and then returned to the bus – it was a lovely scenic wander past old mine workings and adobe houses.

After the cold and then rain as we got lower, dropped into the market for soup ingredients, so was ravenous by the time it was ...

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