Hotel El Refugio

Av. El Ejercito # 490, San Ramon, 12841, Peru | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from San Ramon

Chapter Five - A lovely waterfall

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... nervous. Starting on the path, which is lined on either side by empty sales kiosks, we cross over a wooden bridge covered by palm fronds and arrive at the toll booth. Paying our hefty S/.2 to the lonely gatekeeper for admission, we continue into the woods.

It’s a very attractive walk in the shade beside a bubbling brook. The water is clear, unlike yesterday’s brown slop. ...

Chapter Four - To the Rio Perené

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... rocks at a dizzying velocity carrying all before it. We may have missed out on the pretty frilly white photogenic waterfalls and our dip in ecofriendly ponds, but have encountered in its place a miniature Niagara. Impressive! By the time we reach the base of the falls we are all soaked to the skin by the spray.

After our thrilling experience we stop in Yurinaki for a ...

Chapter Three - Into the Jungle

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... looks pretty official. We squeeze in and we are off. Just as we turn into the street a shiny new bus stops up at the stadium. Too late now!

The driver is demented! I'm in the front seat and am holding on tight, attempting to photograph the route. The more journeys he makes, the more he earns, and obviously he wants to do as many trips as he can in one day. Asking him to slow down falls on deaf ears. The other couple are happy that ...

Day 4: Arrival in the first big city

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... drivers... we decided to make the walk. It really wasn't that bad at all. Took us about 45 minutes because the packs were weighing us down.

The hostel is cute. There are only three rooms (one dorn with 4 beds - where we are staying, and two double rooms). There is a common room with couches and tvs as well as a kitchen. This is all located on the third floor of an apartment complex on a side street. It feels more like an ...

Days 2&3: Lima City Tour

A travel blog entry by rheadeja

... has changed in our knowledge of birth, and also to see how medicine used to be much more 'midwifery' oriented in terms of management of labour etc. Can't wait to post some pictures!

We continued to wander around downtown and found an open air food festival thing, all typical Peruvian food. Renato didn't think it would be a good idea for us to eat there, but we did stop to get some Peruvian donuts - made with quinoa flour and drizzled with honey - AMAZING!



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