Hotel San Sebastian
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Huaraz
... walking a few random interesting, to me at least, observations were made. Firstly the simultaneous lack of litter, and of rubbish bins, an incongruous mix. There is some litter but really very little, certainly as clean as most citys and light years in front of Vietnam.
Next, the outrageous blinging of cars, see the photo of a fully blinged Toyota Yaris. Incidentally it was parked outside a car service centre which, like ...
... have to be present; otherwise, you'll always just be missing home and never fully experience where you are. And let me say that Peru is a damn good place to be. After I last wrote about my time in the Galapagos, my time here has continued to be deeply rich, peaceful and fulfilling. Every day I feel lucky to be here, and grateful for this adventure. During my time in Galapagos, I met a woman who invited me to stay with her family when I returned to mainland Ecuador. Lisetty ...
... from the glacier then up a small hill to the lake to an elevation of 4200m. At home his would be an easy and quick walk, with altitude the climbing is allot harder. Llaca glacier is impressive as are the surrounding mountains covered in ice and snow.
The walk to Laguno Churup was difficult, particularly after two of us were suffering mild stomach bug from dinner the previous night. The walk climbed steeply up 650m on a well defined track to ...
... who has set up the brewery in Huaraz. We were hoping to get a tour and drink some beers at their tap room. Unfortunately the tap room no longer existed, another group from our hostel turned up for the same reason, all disappointed we ended up buying a mixed box of micro brews between the six of us and spent the afternoon having beers on the rooftop of our hostel. We ended up hanging out with Nikki from NZ, Josh from San Fran, Reuben and some random old Israeli dude. ...
Yesterday, I woke up and ate the free hostel breakfast and then headed out to do a short climatization hike, which prepares a person for the high altitudes (over 16,000ft!) of the Cordillera Blanca mountains that Huaraz is so famous for. Unfortunately, I ran too late and missed the bus. I took this as a sign. I still had some things I needed to do, mainly washing the mold off my hammock which had accumulated sometime after my stay in Iquitos and has rendered it useless. Bleach is ...