TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Brit'S Huaraz
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... a door somewhere and got stuck in a room... like a fly bashing a window) she then served us some horrible soup, followed by the saltiest and dryest fish known to man. All in all a bad meal, that luckily only cost couple of quid and therefore I left 95%25 of it. All I can say is... in future... if there is a naked mermaid on the side of a restaurtant, I will not be going in. Unfortunately, this experience also paved the way for more examples of unintelligence (and I'm not ...
... but the greatest disaster
was here where it triggered an enormous landslide that buried the whole of the
town and killed at least 20000 people. The whole buried area has been basically
left as is with only the addition of some memorials and a replica of the fašade
of the destroyed town cathedral. We had driven to the lake above the town and
past the mountain where the avalanche had started from. The most visually
moving part is the remains of ...
... at 20kph as he couldn’t get
the automatic gearbox to get out of second and he took a few back streets to
avoid having to stop and stall the car. The hotel staff was really good and let
us go to the terrace to have breakfast. The views from here are stunning of the
surrounding snow-capped mountains. After breakfast they gave us our room at 8
so we caught up on the missed bus sleep. We then wandered downtown to book ...
... of the mountain to the top but if the donkeys with all our gear could do it, so could we. At 4750 meters we reached the top of the pass and our lunch spot for the day, with an amazing view of the valleys below. After a 2 hour slog down with fantastic views we reached camp and were rewarded with some tasty deep fried rolled pastries with cheese in the middle. We still had a lot of time to kill, before dinner so some of us went for a little walk to check out a huge slip. Apparently ...
Having a hot shower, clean clothes and facilities was amazing. We slept well in a lovely bed and then went out for breakfast. It was then we realised that after 8 days in the remote wilderness we were suffering a little from culture shock at returning to a city which is a hive of activity. We seemed to be moving slower than everyone else walking into people & things and it actually took us a couple of hours to re-align with city pace of life. I can see why it affects farmers ...
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