Sol de Oro

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

Day 288: Lima, Peru

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 23, 2015

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... and then we smoked. It was pretty great since I hadn't smoked in so long. Then, her friend, another guitarist came over and we had some improv jams. Lelé had some lyrics written and we spontaneously came up with two songs on the spot. She even recorded them. Whenever she sends them I'll have to post them because I think they were pretty good. The friend left, Lelé and I played a few more songs, and then I passed ...

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 invited them to travel with us down to Cusco, but of course Hannah and I didn't wanted to go straight 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 ...

Record altitude 14980 feet.

A travel blog entry by aquest on Dec 18, 2014

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From Nazca to Chalhuenca, amazing ride with blue sky's. Passed the tallest sand due in the world Cerro Blanco more impressive than the Nazca lines.

Cerro Blanco, 14km east of Nazca, is the highest sand dune in the world: 2078m above sea level and 1176m from base to ...

Peru and guinea pigs

A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Dec 07, 2014

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... rana i think)and the guide was a bit surprised when i asked why they don't eat them, as the french do. Clearly a future gastronomic delight. I was adventurous on the fruit front. I even tried the arequipa papaya and you know how i hate papayas. The fact that it smelled of mango made it a not so sweat inducing decision. They've got guanabana, custard apple and physalis here too. Plenty for an adventurous soul like me to try ...

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 ...

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