Hotel Centenario

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

Lima, grey and ominous...

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 28, 2014

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... heaps of people paragliding off the cliff and around the city. It looked like fun but not something for me. The Lacomar mall was decent in size and was built down the cliff face. We started with the food court as we were all getting hungry. Junk food though nothing too great on offer. Then it was off to find the gap. We didn't buy anything here and the Zara was in a different mall so we jumped in a cab and headed off to the other mall. We found the Zara and ...


A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 25, 2014

... for ESL classes, but we did, surprisingly.

The lesson went well and we went back to the guest house. This time we went to the Choco Museum before Spanish lessons, which is 10% museum and 90% store and cafe. But it was well worth it anyway as we got some nice Peruvian chocolate products.

When we got back, we had Spanish and supper, then went to LaMora for dessert, of ...

First step into Lima

A travel blog entry by naomitravel11 on Jul 23, 2014

... are so many flights back to Lima. We managed to find a flight at 12:30 and cheaper than the 1 attempt and coaches. Few hours of waiting with delayed, I was in charge (as others weren't 100%) of finding a hostel in Lima. Lima is the biggest city in Peru, so that was hard for me to chose a place to stay. We ended up in Barranco, a posh & backpackers place filled with vintage bars. It's nice to ...

Success Day

A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 22, 2014

... Day, we weren't going to have ESL today. Erna and I had the afternoon to work on our presentation, which is for Friday night. It was super nice to have the time to do that, in a comfortable environment and with warm drinks. The school is always so cold and we don't have access to warm beverages during the day.

The work was followed by Spanish and supper as usual. I stayed in this evening. Starting to wear down a bit from all this ...

Lots of love for Lima

A travel blog entry by lct570 on Jul 21, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... went back to the old town a few days later with the Lonely Planet as our guide and me as narrator. It was a little less entertaining than the FWT but we got some good snaps and took a closer look at a few places. To get by a little better at communicating, we signed up for a week of Spanish classes at Peruwayna School where the nicest Peruvians worked. They were sooo friendly, we really looked forward to our afternoons of Spanish (although often left with with a headache or "me ...


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