Hostal El Malecon

Address: Av. La Rivera 225, Huanchaco, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Av. La Rivera 225, Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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    Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

    Day 25: My Day in Ruins

    A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 21, 2015

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    ... show by a local dance troupe. They performed a few traditional dances including a Mariena. After lunch, we had a brief wander around the main square in Trujillo before proceeding to Chan Chan which was the home of Chimu. It is a really large site that is still being excavated. There are nine citadels in total and you are only allowed to visit one. Unlike Huaca, a large amount of Chan Chan has been recreated so you can see what it would have looked like. The original parts of the ...

    Leaving Huanchaco: SAD, BUT A WONDERFUL TIME

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 27, 2015

    ... wrapped around my face and neck. That was all true – it was 30 below every day in January in the winter of 69. But I added that the walk to work was uphill both there and back.

    We scraped the linoleum table cloth clean of flour he with his fingernails me with the dull side of a knife. When we were finished Niels showed up out of nowhere with a dishcloth and began washing the linoleum clean. Irena showed up out of nowhere and moved the guacamole dishes to the clean ...

    Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix, New Orleans in the 60s

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 15, 2015

    ... the Moon on many occasions and at other times ritual sacrifice were the order of the day.

    When a king died the funeral was elaborate of course. His wife was interred with him as were his 50 concubines, fav animals and what not. Harold makes a point of telling us that the limit was 50 – as opposed to some places in the world where the numbers were 1000. I mention an emperor in China who had 4000. Ernesto is calculating the time need to get through them.



    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 28, 2015

    ... reason want to hold back.

    Walking to the beach tonight a fellow across the street has just come out of his house. He is smiling. Not in a rush. Just looking at the trees and the sky and smiling. Possibly he has just finished happy hour, but possibly not. I say hello. He waves and smiles. Not everyone of course, but many folks here are friendly.

    I wrapped up Spanish classes. Manuel pushed me through future tense in our two hour session today. We said ...

    Huanchaco Day 2

    A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 22, 2015

    ... were very important. The architecture was again greatly impressive. We got a tour of the 4th temple. Each is built on top of each other in a reverse pyramid fashion. The 5th palace had been destroyed by the Spanish tomb robbers. Out the back we were able to see the large entrance used in inca times with the beautiful artwork painted on the outside and where the tomb robbers broke in. This ...