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A Travel Blog entry by sandmfarmer from Huaraz, Ancash Region, Peru
Hi, Just a quick update before we go for a 4 day camping trek of the Santa Cruz in the Ancash region. We had a great time in Lima for 2 days exploring the city and chilling by the sea. Even found our first travelbug! The city is huge 10 million in the ...
A Travel Blog entry by flicandmark from Huascaran Ancash Peru, Ancash, Peru
Our 4D/3N trek through the Santa Cruz Valley began in Cashapampa where we were greeted by some gorgeous children who enjoyed having their picture taken. We spent the next days hiking through amazing scenery and climbing up to 4750m in altitude. It takes ...
A Travel Blog entry by speare from Aura, Ancash, Peru
Well, it's been a little over a month now since I last updated, and of course there is a good deal to say. I’d like to start by saying thanks for everyone who wished me a happy birthday! Rest assured that I had a great birthday and Thanksgiving ...
A Travel Blog entry by speare from Huaraz, Peru
... left me gasping for air. I am sure I only made it to the top thanks to the helpful motivation given of my fellow Ancash volunteers. However, the experience was unquestionably worth it and the view was astounding. On the way back down, having spent all my ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelhob from Huaraz, Peru
... don't know the name) in down town Huaraz on Sunday 10th August saw the clash between the local team Sport Ancash and Sport Boyz who had traveled from Callao, Lima. Unfortunately I have no souvenir ticket of this glamor tie as ...
A Travel Blog entry by mar_en_calma from Huaraz, Peru
... , llamada Chavin que el Inca Pachacuti incorporo a su imperio. Luego los españoles vinieron atraidos por su filón de plata. Ancash es tierra de minería, pero también se le ha llamado la Suiza peruana, debido a sus paisajes de indescriptible belleza ...
A Travel Blog entry by eugenecash from Huaraz, Peru
... On the way we passed through the town of Yungay, where on May 31, 1970 a landslide caused by the 1970 Ancash earthquake (which destroyed most of Huaraz) buried the whole town, killing around 25,000 people. Only 92 people survived. As ...
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Ancash Street, , Lima, Peru953 reviews
This church and monastery of St. Francis (circa 1674) is known for its catacombs that contain the remains of more than 70,000 people and a magnificent library that houses thousands of antique texts.