Sol de Oro

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

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 ...

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 ...

Day 1: Lima

A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 20, 2014

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... with "te puro." It was a short night and I needed caffeine, not surprises.

The hotel has five breakfast options: all include freshly squeezed OJ. I had a mixed fruit bowl that included a lot of papaya, some melon, strawberries and a small yellow, round fruit that we had in Costa Rica. On the side I received a glass of yogurt that smelled and tasted a lot like cake batter.
It was still relatively early when we finished breakfast, even though ...


A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Jun 20, 2014

... filled with skeletons. We spent almost a whole day in one park... It was a park filled with cats. It was great as they just wanted to come and have a cuddle. Brilliant and a great was to relax. I had four sit with me! Wendy and I said our fair wells as we both made our ways separately out of South American. What a brilliant, action packed, awe inspiring three months. South America is just a gem of intrigue and excitement and wonderful people. I shall be coming ...


A travel blog entry by ellen.jermy on Apr 19, 2014

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... museum..pretty weird but it seems the Inka's and Peruvians believe in being very open about their relationships. We also ventured to the beach to see all the surfers who cover the coastline. There's an eery mist which covers most of the city in the morning and sometimes all day and at the beach it's seriously foggy so it doesn't really seem like the best place to surf but surfers from all over come here ...