Hotel Boquemar

Address: Calle Ricardo Palma 240 , Huanchaco, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle Ricardo Palma 240 , Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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      Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

      Huanchaco and the Beach

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Aug 05, 2014

      16 photos

      ... different to the Inca's. One thing the Inca's did better than the Moche was the drainage system, we were unable to see any sort of drainage but then again this could be hidden under the masses of sand. As all tours do we had a lunch stop at a Tourist restaurant, none of us wanted to eat there as we had all brought snacks with us. We had 45 mins and to fill in time we walked around and found the supermarket and stocked up on more snacks and toiletries. We ...

      Seas, Surf and Citadels

      A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 26, 2014

      30 photos

      ... m pleased to report that it was amazing and I will be eating a lot more of it in future years, as well as bringing the recipe home. It's essentially raw fish (although it can be made with prawns, squid and other seafood, which I am yet to try but keen to) which has been cured in citrus juices and spiced, often along with onion etc.

      The next step of our journey was to Lima, Peru's capital and largest city. We took a bus with Mode, Etienne and the Dutch guy into Trujillo, which was ...

      Waves and Ruins

      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Feb 18, 2014

      25 photos

      ... in a city or near a road. A few hundred years ago, Chan Chan was the largest pre-Columbian city of the continent, adorned with large amounts of gold and silver; something like 60,000 people of the Chimu civilization lived within its mud walls. There is not much left today, thanks to the Spaniards who plundered the city during their conquest of Peru, and thanks to the rain and flooding that have eroded most of the buildings and walls. It's still a pretty awesome place ...

      Difficult leaving paradise

      A travel blog entry by svaneflight on Feb 01, 2014

      10 photos

      The one extra week we had decided to stay in Huanchaco turned into two as we were just so happy there. In exchange for the extra week by the beach we decided to skip Lima and Ica and go straight to Cusco. Which meant a night bus from Trujillo to Lima and then a plane directly to Cusco where we arrived today but more about that in the next blog entry.

      The last two weeks in Huanchaco was spent doing more of the same as the first week. ...

      Day 80 - Huanchaco to Mancora

      A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Dec 17, 2013

      11 photos

      ... because the bus isn't leaving but he was cute and did make me giggle, I was also jealous that he would get a nice sleep on the seat being so tiny! Oh there was also a man who sounded as if he had a bag full of baby birds! Every time he would lift the curtain covering it, they would all squeak and squawk! It was quite funny but not so much at 1am when everyone is trying to sleep! Another night on a bus, and mostly reading for ...