Hotel Confort

Address: Ancash 237, Huancayo, Peru | Hotel
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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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... to a very literal form of car crash TV. Matt came face to face with one lorry following a blind corner, but managed to stop with about a metre to spare. Towards the end of the day, just beyond a washed out bridge which was being rebuilt, we stopped to let another lorry pass, marvelling at the skill (bravery? stupidity?) of the driver as he approached. He stopped right along side us, reaching down out of his cab to shake our hands, before asking about our ...

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 ...

Peru Part 4

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 03, 2014

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Machu Pichu part 2

Yes, that is right, we went to Machu Pichu again. Two days in a row of Machu Pichu! Double the Machu Pichu, double the fun! Did you know that Machu Pichu means selfie in Quechua (the native language of Peru)? It has to be so because there are a whole lot of selfies going on there. We got up super early to watch the sun rise over Machu Pichu, but I don't think that really happens. We left the hotel at 5:30, but by ...

Peru Part 3

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Sep 02, 2014

... obscured. It was a great view. Saw some cows, sheep, and pigs, but no llamas. We even passed through a cloud forest, but I didn't see any clouds. We had read horrible reviews about this nauseating ride, so we were prepared to be bounced about like rag dolls. I am happy to report that thetwinsontour were well prepared and came through unscathed. (Proof once again that you can't trust grumpy TripAdvisor reviews.) I know you were worried ...

Peru Part 2

A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Aug 31, 2014

... salt without iodine you will get goiters? That is why we eat iodized salt because really, no one wants to walk around with goiters.

Our last Inca sight of the day was more terraces. These were not farming terraces. It was some sort of religious temple that wasn't very important. I know this because the stone steps were different sizes and not evenly spaced. The Incas didn't bother to make them all the same size because it wasn't ...