Hotel Santa Rosa

Jr. Lima No 166 , Ayacucho, Peru | Hotel
 

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Sightseeing in Ayacucho

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear

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Off sightseeing today.

Just three places to go.
If I was in a more awake mood last night I would have booked a trip to the Wari ruins for today.
Oh well, sleeping in a bed was sooooo good, and it's not that cold here.

First stop was Museo de Arte Popular. I think museum is a bit of a stretch, it's a dozen glass cases in a foyer. Just ...

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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... so grabbed a cab into town. First place didn't respond, 2nd had no wifi so ended up forking out over my normal budget for a nice place with a great garden. An Italian guy (I later discovered) from the bus turned up at the hostel and I bumped into him, an Italian woman and some Argentinians, but even so, there are so few tourists here that there still is some novelty value.

First port ...

Ayacucho, Peru

A travel blog entry by brinndalton

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... in the United States (reference maps: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayacucho_ Region). In the Ayacucho Region is 72.5% of people live below the poverty level, which is well above the Peruvian national poverty rate of 31.3%. As a point of reference, the poorest state in the United States is Mississippi with 21.6% of households below poverty level (TN is 16.9% according to US Census Bureau: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/index. html).

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Mud, mud glorious mud!

A travel blog entry by gemandkory

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We woke up in the clouds, which meant it was a cold, wet, drizzly white out, which was freezing to walk around in to use the camp stove and to pack up the wet tent. It was really tempting to stay in our warm sleeping bags all morning but we knew that if we descended a short way down the hill the temperature would be much warmer.

I set off with a full waterproof outfit on, which included a pair of Peruvian road workers ...

Up, up, up to camp in the clouds

A travel blog entry by gemandkory

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... the ridge of the mountains. We had hoped to descend down to find somewhere to camp but as the last light was fading we found somewhere to camp along the ridge. As the clouds lingered at that level, we knew that we may be in for a cold, wet night but we had little other choice. We found a flat(ish) camp spot that was hidden from the road and set up camp for the night. We were both quite exhausted and it was only day one.
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