Gran Hotel Santa Rosa
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... traffic noise. It’s pretty infuriating the
constant noise of taxis beeping their horns both at other vehicles and us to
see if we want a lift. There are also the mini-buses with a person hanging out
the door or window yelling where they are going too. It’s impossible to work
out what are official taxis and which are just cars trying to make money. There
are cars that are yellow but have no signs on them and yet ...
... The sunset was quite nice as a small mountain island was in the distance and we saw it set behind it and the ocean. Camping just off the road in front of a closed restaurant it was quite pleasant and we took advantage of the great setup for dinner. The cook group had made a great vegetable curry and stewed apples. Most of the group partied for a while with our make shift dance floor before retiring as we had another early start and another long day of ...
... and de-stress, it made me feel that anything in life is
possible and can be achieved so long as you just believe and I got to love all
the dogs, especially Chilli, which was the one who kept jumping on me and
licking me on my arrival. And as for the
food, well, it was incredible. Eco-lodge,
I really am going to miss you, I really hope that I will get the chance to
return again to you in the future…………̷ 0;….!
... the town we saw that there was a hotel, which we were really surprised about as most of the smallest dots on the map have nothing in them. As we rang the bell we were excited about the prospect of potentially having a shower. As the girl showed me around the room, I couldn't help but wonder what she was thinking, as we appeared out of the desert with three days worth of sand and sweat covering us from head to toe. She definitely didn't have to ask us which direction we were ...
My hat. My red Ollie hat was stolen on the night bus from Mancora. Oh
well, I don't blame the thief, it was a very cool hat after all.
Bjorg, Ashley and I didn't really have a plan. I meen we had an idea of
what we want to do, but how? By what means? That we didn't know. First
thing first. Bought another night bus to Chachapoyas, the Capitol of the
amazons region of Peru. Once we sealed the deal we headed towards the
Sipan museum. A ...