Hostal San Jorge

Address: Av. Loreto 960, Piura, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Av. Loreto 960, Piura, is near Casa de los Contrafuertes (House of the Buttresses).
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Travel Blogs from Piura

Crossing into Peru

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Jan 01, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... passion fruit. Not sugar cane!! The cane is traditionally grown in a similar area further south. It is very exciting to see it all up and running so well. Peru has grown rapidly over the past 20 years -- and agroindustry has been part of it. This has driven growth and wealth in Piura.

I spent a night in Piura, the largest town in the far North. People were still in celebratory mode, and wandered the plaza and the streets late into the night. ...

Day 83 - Mancora to Piura

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Dec 20, 2013

Today we start our journey towards Ecuador and so we are stopping overnight at Piura to break up the journey. We're never sure how long border crossings take so like to allow extra time just in case. We stayed at a hotel called 'San Jose' and the owner (I assume) was the nicest man!!! He spoke very little English but by now we were fairly able to understand most of what he was saying in Spanish. At one point he ...

9.1 Piura: and the journey in

A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Jan 09, 2013

6 photos

... before making its last at just gone 4pm. It was a simple enough taxi to a Hotel to check in. Some food later, and it was to bed.

In the morning I needed to work out the next steps for Peru, and on the back of locals' advice, time constraints and earlier conversations with people, I decided against haphazardly winging it into the jungle, and instead to power down to Cusco.

The bus left that evening for Lima, so nipped out for some food and ended up in what I think ...

Slow bus to Peru

A travel blog entry by frostincluded on Nov 08, 2012

32 photos

... below and the border at Macara. The entry to Peru was quirky, a walk across a bridge and a journey through scrubland and finally desert, to the town of Piura.

Entering Piura was again like living the pages of Kerouac's "On the Road". Perhaps it was because we had no expectations but it was hot, dusty, full of life, noisy and a sensory attack. Piura turned out to be friendly and fun, even if I did feel slightly guilty being there merely to get a flight out.


The real Peruvian experience

A travel blog entry by usupandaway on May 19, 2012

29 photos

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After we walked around and explored the city centre for a while and had a delicious 'ceviche': marinated raw fish and seafood. We were told that during the afternoon we were going to visit one of the slums which is called "Los Angeles". Here we would visit a project for children were they learn in a playful setting about respect, playing together, reading and writing. It was impressive to see in what kind of circumstances they live and that playing with us ...