Hotel Confort

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

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 ...

Huancayo, Peru

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Apr 20, 2013

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... language school and according the hostel owners more travelers were expected to come in the Spring when the rainy season ends. The general lack of international tourism in the area was a good influence for me because I was able to work in a setting that required me to use my Spanish due to a lack of foreign tourists and, therefore a lack of English knowledge among the people of Huancayo. Travelers, students, and volunteers who do make ...


A travel blog entry by brad2512 on Nov 02, 2012

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... as soldiers from the communist faction attempted to take control of the country during the 1980s and 1990s.

We stayed at Via Via Hotel and Café which is certainly the best place in Ayacucho to stay. It’s really popular so if you want to stay there you’ll need to book in advance. They also have a lovely restaurant that looks over the plaza.

On our first day in Ayacucho we took a city tour ...