Sol de Oro

Address: Jr. Juan Antonio Trelles No 164, Andahuaylas, Peru | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Andahuaylas

Football and Ceviche

A travel blog entry by luckyme1wayaway on Apr 15, 2015

On last day in our beloved Ayacucho we picked up to Danes, who couldn't speak more espaņol than "gracias y quinze" what could be a real problem in small villages..so invited them to travel with us down to Cusco, but of course Hannah and I didn't wanted to go straight there..how boring would be that? And I read there is a nice laggon on our way...But I think maybe they didn't appreciated the journey so much as we ...

Touring Lima

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Mar 05, 2015

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... and then they all walked down to the ocean. I'd done 4 miles and was really done. Needed a couple of hours to do this, pictures, shower, and just chill. Tonight was - finally!- the welcome dinner; we've been here a week! It was at a nice place, Costa Verde, right on the beach. Had tiny scallops with cheese, grilled fish with green beans and a fruit mousse. Food would have been good if hot and I had some salt. I guess the concept of s&p just doesn't ...

25. Ayacucho to Andahuaylas (3 days, 153 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Nov 19, 2014

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Day 9. Wednesday 19th November. Ayacucho to High Plateau Wild Camp. It's 6pm and we're lying in our tent for the first time in Peru. We hadn't realised how much we'd missed it. No noise, no pollution, just the sound of the wind and the changing colour of the sun going down. We're camped at 4,180 metres on the high plateau between Ayacucho and Chumbes. There are huge, jagged, snow capped peaks in the distance, but the actual terrain we're on is remarkably similar to ...

On the Road Again

A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Oct 08, 2014

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... 4 days. 9# STATUES ARE OUR NEW SAFARI I hate statues. Dust collectors and images of old ladies homes filled with over stacked shelves of royal momentos is something I've always shied away from unless it had a dual purpose. But somewhere between my love of deep cupboards and meeting my hubby we have taken buying animal ornaments into 5 star safari status...now being the proud owners of a metalwork ant, leather yellow pig, mosaic lizard, artistic dodo ...

Sunday - final day in Lima

A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 27, 2014

Today was our final day in Lima. It began with time to pack in the morning. Just after lunch, we left for Hejios for the community farewell. We didn't have our regular bus driver today and our new driver didn't know where the office was. He knew it was in Chorrillos, but did not take us the route we usually go, so we all had difficulty telling him any directions. It took a very long time to get there. By the time we picked everyone up and got to the community, we were quite ...