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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

27 photos

... 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

4 photos

Day by day, we are coming closer to Ushuaia! This was our first real day of driving south since the US west coast a few weeks ago.

Anyways, we left Tumbes bright and early to head for Chiclayo. On the road as the sun was rising, and wasn't off it again until about an hour before the sun went down. We got our first real glimpses of the Peruvian coastal landscape today. Desert, and lots of it!! Every hour or so ...

Hot and dusty

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Jul 06, 2013

19 photos

... 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


... if we were travelling to Lima, but as he said it quickly we didn't understand first time, so both Zach and I turned towards him to ask him to repeat himself. After being unable to help him he got up and walked off, it was literally seconds later Zach exclaimed, where's my bag! I thought it must have dropped off the seat or be hidden under one of our big bags, but no it was gone. We presume the man only asked us a question to distract attention so his friend could take Zach's ...

Even more sand

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Dec 30, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

... used them yet, we were willing to give them a go. As we continued on we saw that there was a few houses here and there and then a little bit of farmed land with some irrigation systems in place. Slowly we were entering a civilised world again. It was some of the poorest housing that we have seen, with one room, mud walls, with galvanised steel rooves.

We cycled almost 110km during the day and were exhausted but happy to see a town finally arriving in the distance. As we ...