Hotel Centenario

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

Journal Entry on Peru

A travel blog entry by latin-america

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... to the high mountain where the child will be sacrificed. At the mountain, the child would wait at the lower elevation part of the mountain with the priests while the other prepared the burial site at the summit of the mountain. At the summit, the child is given a maize alcohol to ease the pain or fear of dying. Then the child is placed in the tomb where they die of exposure. Most mummies (including the one I discovered) have fractures on the ...

Bienvenidos… Welcome to Peru…

A travel blog entry by kate_5

... going all the way to Rio) before heading out on a city tour of Lima. We headed towards Central Lima and spent a few hours walking around, visiting different buildings, watched changing of the guard at the presidential palace (it is based on changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace) and saw many of the sites of Lima. We also visited the San Francisco cathedral and the catacombs. That was an interesting experience. Then it was time to head back towards Miraflores and have ...

Welcome to Lima

A travel blog entry by marlintravel

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... in the morning. Hailey, didn't like it.
Saw the changing of the guard at Presidents resident, outside the doctors were protesting for better wages and watched the police disperse them with water cannon. They make 700.00 US/month. Walked through a local market not near as crowded at the markets in Vietnam. Ended the day with a whirlpool at the top floor of the Hilton overlooking Miaflores and the Pacific Ocean.
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Puddy park, Miraflores

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... draw here, since the cliffs are hundreds of feet high in all parts of this suburb, unlike
elsewhere in the city. But this does mean that the views are great, despite the ever-present fog at this time of year. We strolled along the front, looking at the attractive sea views, surfers below and huge, expensive seaside apartments that line the cliffs.

Working in a huaca in Lima

A travel blog entry by franmullineux

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... Huaca, which is an archaeological site which has some form of religious significance, whether it's a temple within it or some other form of religious building. There are several hundred huacas throughout Lima, but the Huaca Puccllana (where we were working) dates from the Lima period which stretches from 400-1200AD, just before the Incas. Maritza took us to the site and Fiorella was there to greet us and introduce us to la Doctora, the head of the site. La Doctora was one of the ...

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