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Manuel Maria Igaza 600, Chiclayo, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

The bling King

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 23, 2014

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... ago they developed techniques to gild, alloy metals, and carve such intricate things. The rest of the time was spent organising onward travel, one Internet site had said that when travellers get to Chiclayo and realise they cannot go north to Mancora but have South again they want to curl up in a ball and die. If only we done had done our research sooner we thought, at the moment we are deciding where we want to go and going there, once there deciding where to go next. ...

A little bit closer to Antarctica

A travel blog entry by beyondtheborder on Jul 31, 2013

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... across a valley with a river running through it (or at least running through it during the rainy season!). In these valleys, everything is green. The, just outside of it, back to the barren desert landscape. Well, almost barren. One thing we noticed about Peru is that there appears to be no such thing as a public garbage bin or garbage dump. We are loving Peru, and the people are great, but must say, there is a lot ...

Hot and dusty

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Jul 06, 2013

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... time I had got back I did not have time to go to the proper sight so ended up missing it (which was a shame but Im hardly going to cry myself to sleep over it. During the evenings I just ate at a number of restaurants, tried to find a bookstore which had Spanish vocabularly books and read my History of Latin America book which was ok but a bit miserable. Next up was Chachapoyas and the famous ruins of Kuelap.

King Kong, kidnapping and a theft

A travel blog entry by emmazach on Jan 17, 2013


... Luckily there was nothing valuable in there but unfortunately it did contain Zach's only remaining mango having given the rest away, so he didn't get any in the end! As annoying as it was I'm taking pleasure from the fact that they probably opened the bag expecting a wallet, passport, an iPod, but I can picture their faces falling as they realise they stole a used travel pillow, a tattered book, half a bottle of water and some fruit. And the bag it was all in was ripped and falling ...

Peru is hot

A travel blog entry by nathan.gilpin on Apr 02, 2012

... famous museum in the nearby city of Lambayeque. However, the receptionist at the hostal informed me it was closed on Monday´s so I was out of luck. Chicaylo nor the museum are worthing sticking around for, so this morning I bought bus tickets to get me to Huaraz, Peru. I look forward to getting back into the Andes, into the highlands.

This computer doesn´t have a memory card slot, so I will upload some photos when I find a computer that ...