Hotel Nueva York

Address: Av. Alameda Peru 553, Tingo Maria National Park, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Alameda Peru 553, Tingo Maria National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Tingo Maria National Park

      Middle of nowhere to abancay

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 21, 2014

      1 photo

      ... is so loud he doesn't hear, or if you just ask him to stop he finds easiest place, but not the most immediate. 2) Unravel oneself from several layers of blanket and polythene used to keep out the cold on this open bike. 3) Remove gloves, place where they cannot be mislaid. 4) Ensure toilet paper is in an accessible pocket 5) Leave vehicle, search for appropriate place, out of site of passing vehicles, care must be taken not to step on unstable ground as you don't want to end up ...

      Ayacucho to the middle of nowhere,

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 21, 2014

      ... only downside. It had the most efficient wifi I have ever experienced, cable telly for Karen so she could watch an English Film, albeit with Spanish subtitles, comfortable beds, toilet with soft close seat and most importantly a hot hot hot shower. The place was heaven. Despite admitting that we should really be making an early start, the included breakfast was served from 7 but we turned up at eight. And took our time over a fried egg roll and coffee. Karen headed off to the bank, ...

      Quichous to Ayacocho

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 19, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... navigating our way round the Main Street only to find yet another festival. Time for a well deserved break we thought.  So we parked up in the main square (oh isn't it great not to have silly things like yellow lines to worry about), grabbed the camera and ran over to the display.  It was a colour band of traditional dancers, and a very melodic 'brass' band playing with that lively South American zing. We snapped as fast as we could before being approached by a middle ...

      Jauja to Quichous

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 18, 2014

      ... was in and had to wait for someone to come and unlock. Then I had a sharp case of the runs and had to keep going back to the room. Karen hung her wet travel towel over the back of the MT and it flew off. We didn't realise at first so had to retrace about 5kms before we found a dog guarding it. Once recovered we had a pretty uneventful trip, and Huanoco sort of crept up on us. First it was like going through a village, then busier then total chaos. Paddy ...

      The middle of nowhere to Jauja

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 18, 2014

      1 comment

      ... they served food. Ok we said, it is only for one night. Now bearing in mind that we are now at around 2000metres and the higher you get the colder it gets at night. This place had no heating, even in the communal area. The doors were made of metal. The windows were metal with cracked glass. The walls were single skin brick rendered and painted in very bright colours throughout. There was not a bit of insulation in the whole building. Our rooms were on the first ...