Hotel Centenario

Address: Av. 28 de Julio 836, Huacho, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huacho

Our Bolivian Adventure

A travel blog entry by shalliday on Apr 02, 2015

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After the amazing sunset, we were picked up the next morning and headed for the border. Vanessa warned us this would be the hardest border and can be a little corrupt asking for money! They also do not allow tour guides through unless they are Bolivian so it is always a struggle for her! A little wary, we succeeded on the Chilean side and were then taken to the middle of nowhere to a hut which we were told was the Bolivian border. We got through fine not having to pay a ...

Peru Hop Stage 1

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Mar 20, 2015

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My alarm buzzes at 0530 and I've had a decent night sleep despite the heat, so I'm out of bed fairly quickly as Aaron stirs from a deep sleep. We had planned to leave by 6:15 to give us enough time to walk to the main road, hale a taxi and allow time to get to our meeting point at Mira flores. So we packed our bags last night so that we weren't rushing around as badly, but of course time gets away quickly, so Aaron eats breaky whilst I shower and I head downstairs to eat ...

City tour and Museum

A travel blog entry by chakotai on Mar 12, 2015

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... library - of course!!, San Franciscan Church and catacombs. All very old and in various stages of building and rebuilding due to the earthquakes Lima experiences... Weather is very hot and humid.... I'm getting hungry now - we end our tour in Miraflores where I have an hour until my next tour to visit the museum Larco :) Maca is used widely for health, similar to ginseng and Viagara apparently. Lol It is ...

Touring Lima

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 05, 2015

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... city is growing too rapidly, as people come from the uplands to seek better opportunities. Population is now 10 million, and I see lots of babies. Vehicular traffic looks like any western city, except the buses are a motley group. There are 300 some private companies, all driving any old thing, from large tour-type buses to jitneys, some of them ancient. Lima faces two pressing problems: one is transit - there is no subway or train system, altho we ...

Touring Lima

A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 05, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... after the 1920s. They had an earthquake back then that made the city walls fall down and they decided not to rebuild them because their city was large enough to defend itself (it's now a population of 10 million people). Sylvia, our local guide, told us all about the history of Lima, and Peru. There are over 300 archaeological sites in Lima. They have ancient pyramids that the Spanish came out and destroyed. We were taken into the main square in old Lima where ...