Hotel Wendy

Av San Franciso, Pisco, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av San Franciso, Pisco.
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Travel Blogs from Pisco

An oasis in the desert

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 19, 2014

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... as a taxi. Most are red but they can be blue or yellow or green. Some have streamers flying from the antennae or the rear of the vehicle. The roof is made of a plastic vinyl.
> This is fruit country, where we have seen vineyards, orange tree orchards and corn. Asparagus is grown here too. Donkeys are used to transport produce(?) ...

Pisco Market Frenzy

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 03, 2014

7 photos

... agreeing on leaving. This can be fun and sometimes confusing as cab drivers joke about the amount and it leaves us in a Spanish pickle for asking what the actual amount is. When we got back to the hotel, we sifted through our bag of goodies and assess our days work. Pretty bloody awesome as Kathy would say. When we had stopped, we decided to review our flight details for the next day. To our surprise and delight, we also realised we hadn't ...

Peru Hop Begins

A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jun 14, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... with you - you never know what you will and will not find. AND check with local customs - sometimes it goes in the trash bin NOT the toilet! Fun Facts: Bird poo caused a war between Spain and Chile and Peru for control of the islands. Trivia: Thanks Mom and bro for playing. Both get points for knowing that potatoes originated in Peru (and I've eaten a ton here). For today: What is bird poo typically referred to when discussing it as a ...

Three Wonders at Once

A travel blog entry by cherub94 on May 21, 2014

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... obviously have a tasting. The grapes are picked at their sweetest state, juiced and placed in a botija (a cone shaped pot), sealed and fermented for 15 days. The product is then placed over heat, hot vapour condenses producing Pisco. It is left to age for six months and bottled, leaving a rather strong liquor behind. Next stop is the Oasis of America where we get to enjoy dune-buggying. If you have never done this or heard of it, it is ...

Santiago city tour

A travel blog entry by dewarsurfers on May 06, 2014

... astounded at the sophistication of the city and diversity of so many nationalities. We were lucky enough to go into a beautiful mansion, now open to small tours like us. The home has been in the same family for 16 generations amazing (huh) and family photos in the house show the matriarch (102 year old) sitting up there in middle of offspring. They are not like ...

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