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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo
... and headed straight for the beach. Arriving at the cliff face we had dramatic views and the travelling experience got better as the only way to enter this town was through a narrow rock tunnel. Via Colin's great driving he squeezed us through and we arrived at this tiny resort town of Vestique. Here we set up camp in the almost desolate town and thankfully we didn't set up on the beach as the tide movements were massive and it got really windy at night blowing ...
... themselves sharmens in the Chiclayo witches market,
actually know little or nothing and are not to be trusted.
I ended up spending four nights at the lodge in Pimental and
then decided to head for Lima, since I felt that time was running out and that
I absolutely had to focus on learning Spanish, in order that I could do some
voluntary work here in Peru. I
absolutely ended up loving my stay at this lodge, it really was the perfect place
for me ...
... about their situations and daily lives.
We will head back out on the bikes tomorrow and see what the Peruvian coastline has in store for us. We suspect it will be more desert landscapes but our map shows that there should at least be more small villages along the way. So, hopefully we have covered the largest stretch of barren desert and it will be a bit easier from now on, but we will see.
... Their rates were 20 soles for a room with double bed and communal bathroom – good value if travelling as a couple, and 25 & 35 soles for 1 or 2 persons for an en-suite room. They also do rooms by the hour – like many other budget options in the centre of town; so if they say they are full then ask if a room will be vacant in an hour or two. There is also an area to wash your belongings, and ...
... 8217;s primary tourist attractions are Stonehenge and the Tower of London.) I accept that crushing poverty has a lot to do with it. Today we were musing that although we felt that Cuba was in bad shape when we were there, we are starting to realise that it was in great shape compared to much of Bolivia and Peru. Despite the poverty there still appears to be a level of civic and community pride in Cuba, which stops people dumping rubbish ...