Hotel Centenario

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

Learning in Lima

A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 07, 2015

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... fresh meat you have to kill the animal for yourself. Once the goat was skinned and cleaned, we chopped the meat down to the edible parts, then left the meat out for a half an hour to clean. As the meat was drying we began preparation for the stew. We took a big pot, filled it with broth and began marinating the chica de jora and adding the cilantro. Once those ingredients have marinated, we began to cook and marinate the goat as well. This took about a half an ...

Culture and Comida

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Jan 09, 2015

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Today I woke up pretty late, the hostel had a pretty good breakfast with nice bread rolls and jam, not forgetting a cup of tea of course. So far if we wanted to to stay another night anywhere we let them know before checkout time or sometimes hostels assumed you were staying unless you checked out. Here they already had our beds booked for the next people. Oops. So Ryan and I had to pack out bags to move room before 11am and wait ...

A day on the bus

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Jan 06, 2015

We went for a walk this morning and we feel like 2 nights in Lima was enough, it's a really nice place and were surprised people seem to talk negatively of it but we feel like we wouldn't have that much more to see of the city if we stayed. We got a taxi to the bus station which is actually just a Cruz Del Sur station but it's huge and resembles ...

Central Lima

A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 03, 2015

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... past the window. Apparently they launch from a cliff just overlooking the hotel. Finally we did have success this morning when the concierge told us that the online payment almost never works and that most people pay in person for their permit at the Banco de la Nacion. A brisk ten block walk and a taxi ride back left me in possession of what we needed and off we went to the airport for our flight to Cuzco - gateway to Inca ...

Last stop...LIMA!

A travel blog entry by ladylewin83 on Dec 24, 2014

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I can't believe how quickly this trip has flown by. It's crazy to think I'll be home in a few days! So, I've gone from the bohemian vibe of beach towns to the crazy city hustle and bustle of Lima...what a contrast! My organised tour has finished now and after some emotional goodbyes I'm ready to explore the city alone before ...