Sol de Oro

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

      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 ...

      Peru Hop!

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Oct 27, 2014

      14 photos

      ... owners of peru hop so he sounds pretty funny. Past a couple of slums and up the hill from the sign was a War memorial for the Chilean Peru war that was in 1895?. This war sounds pretty silly as it started over chileans havin bird poop companies in Bolivian land when it had some of the coast. At this time Peru and Bolivia had a really close relationship and there was a secret agreement in place where Peru had to help Bolivia if they entered a conflict ...

      Bienvenidos… Welcome to Peru…

      A travel blog entry by kate_5 on Jun 07, 2014

      We finally arrived in Lima, Peru after an early start, leaving our hotel in Guayaquil at 4am… We met our new guide for Peru, Jhonathon at the airport, then it was time to load up the mini bus and go to the hotel. If I thought drivers and traffic in Ecuador were bad, Peru is just as bad if not worse. Apart from traffic lights, there's really no such thing as stop signs and giveway signs. Well there are stop signs but no one really pays attention to them. There was a lot ...

      Cucso - Andahuaylas

      A travel blog entry by conrad.bear on Apr 09, 2014

      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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      Te amo, Miraflores

      A travel blog entry by ingunnaronsen on Feb 13, 2014

      ... any bus down, wherever you are, and they will stop and pick you up. At the end of our stay, I felt lke I was getting the hang of knowing where to different buses were going, and where I had to go to catch a bus I wanted to take. My lack of knowledge, however, was beautifully made unimportant by the vey helpful Peruvians.

      The best place I could have chosen to fall ill, and a great city despite what many naysayers might claim.
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