TripAdvisor Reviews Edwards Inn Huaraz
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... the water. Kev had serious FOMO as he didn't bring a pair of bordies. He really wanted to swim in the lake, I however, thought it a really bad idea and asked him not to. I didn't need him to get sick with the "man flu" for the rest if our trip. After a good hour at the top we started on our descent still taking as many photos as possible.
... were already set up by the guides. At the camp we were welcomed by a warming Coca Tea to help against the impact of the high altitude. As soon as the sun set, the temperature dropped quickly and soon we found ourselves with woolen hats and long johns (sexy long underwear) sitting together in the common room tent and enjoying a warm soup for dinner. Finally we had some time and breath to chat and our group turned out to be really cool as everyone was sharing his/her ...
... So yes, as we weaved our way up the mountainside to our hotel I was quite relieved knowing we had avoided the potential for being the inspirational plot line behind "Taken #3; Peruvian edition."
It did not take long for us to feel settled in the beautiful oasis of our mountain lodge, Cuesta Serena. The lodge's manager and owner, Mariana, came springing out of her cabin welcoming us into her four bedroom hotel adorned in vibrant ...
... why my cell phone was not receiving emails correctly. After two incorrect telephone numbers and lack of help from Shaw, my internet provider, I decided to just give up. The exercise maxed out my contract allotted time and downloading capacity. Trujillo was our next travel destination but Zarela suggested Huanchaco, a smaller more relaxed town and closer to the next set of ruins, so we took her advice. The only way to get there was by bus so we ...
... in a hostel that was $16/night?” Well I did, and because I had researched it thoroughly online, and it was fine—the people there were really nice and helped me navigate the waters.
The pictures I am posting of Huaraz will speak for themselves—it is a beautiful place with stunning snow-capped mountain views. The highest peak in Peru is visible from this area. The area is also ...
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