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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Munaywasi Trujillo
Our stay in Munaywasi was very good. A clean place with warm water and a nice breakfast, just a few blocks away from the central playa (Playa de Armas).
Relation Price/Quality was good and the owner very helpful and nice.
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I had been good slept in. The bed was great! Good fan to have it, of course.
Had the basic breakfast (jam and butter with breads) and tea.
Today, was nothing to do so decided go to Huanchaco and stayed on the beach for long hours.
walked in the distance away from tourists area, hop in the local bar. Cheap beer...stayed …
Arrived in Trujillo Cruz del Sur bus station before 8AM.
Walked out the station, I was not certain where am I now...to look for residencial Munay Wasi map. Cannot figured out, I guess am still sleepyhead. Asked the taxi driver, it will be 3 soles fee so hopped in the car to the hotel. It was only five blocks away.
the push …
... we pulled up there was no hostel. After
checking our emails we found the right number but our hostel turned out to be a
room in a 3 storey house that was in the process of demolition/ building. The
landlady couldn’t speak a word of English but the room was on the top floor and
was very large and the facilities were fine. We went into town in the afternoon
to find travel agents recommended by Lonely ...
... and we all got stung but luckily it wasn't very painful and the itching disappeared pretty fast.
One day we went with Julie to see a mummy which was found in the 2006 in a pyramid near
Trujillo. This mummy which was called lady of the Cao was a great priestess in the Moche culture and her well preserved and tattooed mummy along with all her jewelry and clothes, which was found alongside her, was on display at a museum by the pyramid ...
... gringo-style menu. We stayed out ate, drinking Perú’s national beverage, pisco, a grape brandy cut with sugar and lime juice, and chatting with other gringos. The kids opted for frosted lemonades and Jonathan’s still sampling the beers of this country. We ended the night stopping for ice cream on our walk back to the hostel, and all slept well to the sounds of the massive waves (no roosters) crashing in this fisherman’s and surfer’s heaven.