Sol de Oro

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

Why hello Lima!

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... laughed as Adam pointed out the chillis he ate to me, trying cruelly to get me to try one. I think they knew the gringo outcome when serving it to him, if only I had been on hand to see it too! I have to say as a chilli fan the chillis here are deceptive. Usually the larger ones aren't that hot back home, but here even without the seeds they are burning your insides. I have to be careful when asking for things to be hot/picante as it's gone wrong at times! ...

Day 20 Lima

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... desk to sort out our plan for Monday as that's when we are leaving Lima. We didn't realise that the desk closed in 30 minutes and doesn't open till Monday which would be to late to book anything. So we rushed through our plan to her and she started to build it together. Beto then flipped the whole plan on its head by saying he wanted to visit the north first. So we has to regroup, discuss and research. I was so worried about time because if she closed we would be ...

Week 17 - The final week

A travel blog entry by katie.nellie


... for our farewell Mancora dinner of steak, seafood, sangria and a kilo of ribs.

Our last day consisted of a few hours at the beach and brunch before catching an early afternoon bus back to Piura to make our flight to Lima. A depressing journey ensued as we discussed the highlights of our trip, the few really ****** places we stayed and how much it sucked to have to go back to work. Last day blues, but on the plus side the last ever bus we'll take on ...

Russells in the Rainforest

A travel blog entry by rstout


... a group of natives on the shore of the Madre de dios only a 15 miles upstream. They were only wearing what looked to be homemade underwear. They were not happy about the intrusion and quickly sent the women and children into the forest. The men began to shout and make threatening gestures. One was carrying a spear and looked ready to launch it toward them. The loggers got the boat running full speed to get ...

What the hell is this food?

A travel blog entry by gemandkory


When Kory and I arrived last night we walked around the town and were surprised to see lots of nice looking restaurants, and lots of cafes full of people. It seemed unusual for Peru, as we haven't seen people socialising much in the evening, around a table of beers, or glasses of wine, or coffees. When we looked closer we realised that they were all sitting around drinking cups of tea in the cafes, but it was ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Sol de Oro Andahuaylas

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good