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

    Just trying to catch up really.. soz

    A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 23, 2015

    ... good practice and good exercise. We tried to play football again that evening but didn't get such a good turn out so didn't play for as long. We had dinner with our friends but they were leaving that evening so they wolfed it down and rushed off. We met a couple of girls from London that evening and chatted to them in the ...

    Leaving Huanchaco: SAD, BUT A WONDERFUL TIME

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 27, 2015

    ... and arrived a few minutes before 8. Ernesto was master chef again and the table – a long table where the 12 of us eventually sat and ate – was covered in flour and a pasta spelled with an n (with the squiggle over it to represent an ny sound), an o, and then kind of q with a notch indicating a k ish sound and a few other letters. Ernesto spelled out the word in the flour with the end of a fork. These are wee perogies or gnocchi (however the Italians spell it) but tiny ...

    THE OCEAN WASHING ACROSS THE MAIN STREET

    A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 10, 2015

    ... took a few steps – and believe me we were moving right along - the water was up around our knees. It gushed past us and over the road and up to the doors of the shops and restaurants across the street in a heartbeat. I truly was wondering as I felt the wave tugging at my knees on the out flow if the next stop was to be Japan. Surprisingly the water didn’t have much of a tow back towards the ocean. When we as well as the onlookers recognized ...

    Chan Chan

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 05, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... Rain and floods eroded the mud walls so not very much of the complex remains. The exterior walls are 50 feet (15 metres) high and some are decorated with relief forms of fish and ducks. At the entrance, we met one of the Peruvian hairless dogs, a breed which date back to the Chimu times and were used to relieve the symptoms of arthritis with their 40 degrees C body heat. They almost became extinct during ...

    Huanchaco on the Sea

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 03, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... frequently. The boats were used by the pre-Columbian cultures to take advantage of the good fishing in the area but I wonder how many fishers dangled their legs over the edge and attracted local sharks. We agreed that we would see the local ancient site called Chan Chan but decided against going inland, as previously planned due to lack of time and to instead experience a bit of Spanish influence in Arequipa. That meant booking a plane trip because it was just too far ...