Hostal Karla

Address: Av. Huamachuco 758, Lambayeque, Chiclayo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Huamachuco 758, Lambayeque, Chiclayo.
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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

Chimbote, Trujillo and Chiclayo

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on Jun 16, 2015

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... six or eight speedhumps. I drive not faster than eighty KM and 2.000 rpm on the straight stretches so that the turbo doesn't have to work too ***********'t trust the diesel the man has put in this morning. If it is normal pertrol (gasolina called here) I am ****** because that will cook the engine or at least the turbo. Fortunately it was less than half a tank and to mix it further I switch to the second tank frequently, that still holds extra dirty diesel from Bolivia. Which ...

I'm a cowboy

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 17, 2015

33 photos

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He returned having learned the Ranch was actually in Pacora, a town another 40-50 km farther. It would cost an addition 45 soles to get there, we thought about it and didn't like the way this town looked and had our hearts set on living on a ranch with horses. We agreed to the fee and drove off, I've never seen a taxi driver so bent on making us happy and trying his best to find solutions. We arrived in Pacora and found people who pointed us in the ...

Sept to Nov : Estuar el profesor de Ingles PARTE 2

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Sep 01, 2014

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... on the idea. It was mixed success, and the classes continued in this way.... frustratingly hard to teach. Now your not meant to use any other language inside the classroom except English, but I was broken, and what finally broke me was when we were doing family members. I created a pairs exercise where student A had a family tree, but questions for student B's family tree on a separate card. So A would ask the questions to B, and B would need to look at the family tree and ...

The best museum in Peru

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 16, 2014

We had a long day of sight seeing planned which went from 10:30 till 6:30. We were picked up in a minibus from the hotel which was already filled with South American tourists. The guide was very good English and spoke nonstop in both Spanish and English all day. We travelled firstly to the museum at Sican and saw the many objects and bodies that had been found at Tucume. The weirdest thing was the reconstruction of the tomb with life size ...

Region of Chiclayo

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 31, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... for 50 years. Pedro and other Peruvian priests have had to struggle just to remain in their own diocese and opted to accept only parishes among the poor. For Opus that was OK as their option has always been to be among the military and the rich.

Pedro had some baptisms and the evening mass, the collection netted 30 soles ($10) which doesn't go far to help the parish, and the reason that Peruvian priests who work with the poor need to ...

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