Hotel Confort

Address: Ancash 237, Huancayo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ancash 237, Huancayo.
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Travel Blogs from Huancayo

24. Huancayo to Ayacucho (3 days, 173 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 15, 2014

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Day 6. Saturday 15th November. Huancayo to Quichuas. We left Huancayo early to try and avoid the worst of the traffic, but still struggled to breathe at times with all the pollution. One thing we can't work out is how the trucks can smell so intensely of urine as they go past, it's quite incredible, and a far cry from the air freshener smell you get from the tree resin on the logging trucks in Canada. After escaping the smog, we climbed for about 15 miles - negotiating ...

23. Lima to Huancayo (5 days, 188 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 10, 2014

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Day 1. Sunday 9th November. Lima to Matucana. Earlier in the week we had a debate concerning the ethics of cycling from our door in Lima versus the logistical practicality of taking a bus to Chosica - 40km from central Lima at a height of 860 metres at the foot of the mountains - to avoid cycling through the traffic in a city of 9 million people. Having seen the traffic and driving in Lima, Chosica came out as a clear favorite. It took almost two hours in the minibus to get ...

Artisan towns

A travel blog entry by barbaradunn on Jun 27, 2014

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We had Friday off so that some people could hike Huatapallana. One hell hike was good enough for me, so the others decided to go to Artisan towns that surround Huancayo. We went to a gourd making town, a textile town, and a silver making town. For lunch, we got to eat ...

Dental Campaign

A travel blog entry by barbaradunn on Jun 05, 2014

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... And then brought over her friends and asked them again, and we all went around and said the answers to all of those questions. That was Stephanie, and her two friends were Anite and Natalie. It was really sweet to just be able to be with them. The language barrier is a lot more difficult of a barrier than I realized.... It's hard but I'm slowly [very slowly] learning more Spanish, a lot thanks to my wonderful host ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 27, 2014

Found a decent locals spot for breakfast at 7am, pint of coffee and 2 egg baps – was due to be an eight hour bus trip.

Unfortunately, was an 8 hour bus trip after a 2 hour delay due to traffic apparently – Etusca were a pile of **** in all respects making stupid mistakes by providing **** grub and a hostess but a third of the price of ...