Sol de Oro

Jr. Juan Antonio Trelles No 164, Andahuaylas, Peru | Hotel
 

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Cucso - Andahuaylas

A travel blog entry by conrad.bear

I got a new charger for S/75 (26 USD) for my computer.

No real drama, as it was broken and I was buy a new one at the end of the week in Lima.

Quick trip to the bus station to grab a ticket.

There was only one company going to Ayacucho.
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Our Day in Lima

A travel blog entry by georgierharris

Arrived at the hostel and dumped our big rucksacks in the storage room so we didn't have to carry them around all day. Used the wifi to work out what we wanted t do, having decided that we only wanted to spend 1 day in Lima! Very grey and quite depressing, and don't get me started on the car horns in that city! Every 2 seconds! We went to find some breakfast as were really hungry, the only place that ...

Cramming too much into final days

A travel blog entry by sacolargo

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Our final days in the Lima region are filled with anxiety as we are trying to squeeze too many visits into this time. I am afraid I will not see all the people I would like to connect with again. Two more weeks would be good. Así es la vida - c'est la vie!

On Saturday we managed to find the home of Maria Vander Linde, a nationalized Peruvian from Germany who has been a tireless advocate for the poor in the area of health care. She has worked at the local ...

Eating our way around Lima

A travel blog entry by candcthai

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... but the presidential palace but are almost as impressive as we recognise the tune they are playing as El Condor Pasa. We can't get too close to the action as this is probably the only place in the world where soldiers are being protected by a cordon of armed police??

Some museums we like others we do not. At 30 soles a head, Lima's prime museums are not cheap so we decide to give those a miss and instead wander some of the narrow streets behind the ...

El final de la Camino

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels

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... felt like home. There were lots of surfers in the sea and we were asked if we wanted to hire a board. Unfortunately, we would not have time, but then we do have Australia to surf in later! We carried on walking along the shore and it was nice and the sun was trying to break through. There weren't many people around though and we couldn't get an ice cream anywhere. This is when it didn't feel like England. We must have walked 10km and still not found one! ...

     

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