Hostal Malibu

Av. Larco 1471, Trujillo, 044, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Larco 1471, Trujillo, is near Chan Chan, Huaca del Sol y la Luna, El Brujo, and Huacas de Moche.
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    Travel Blogs from Trujillo

    Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 29, 2014

    94 photos

    ... food (sorry Mr H), we ended up in an old diner on the main square, with small wooden booths. This place specialised in one food: chicken. But it also did great chips. Mr H somehow managed to eat half of a massive chicken and chips with a side salad, whilst I had an egg butty and chips. (South American food sounds amazing, doesn't it? Sometimes, I feel just like Shirley Valentine, minus the dodgy perm.) The next day, we had scrambled eggs for breakfast (another trip to ...

    Boy racer gets us back

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 21, 2014

    1 comment, 47 photos

    ... at what to do in this new place at 4.30am. After finding an official taxi driver, we were charged double the locals rate and dropped off outside our hotel - note hotel not hostel - as the hotels have 24 hour receptions and the hostels don't. We were really fortunate and could check in straight away allowing us to have a few hours kip before waking up and finding out there was no hot water, oh well a quick cold shower it is them! We once again successfully used ...

    The Final Entry

    A travel blog entry by looptiloop on Jan 01, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the long lonely way to the big break. The hardest part is paddling to catch the swell of water the for a week and a half carriers past me like an arrogant taxi driver refusing to stop and pick me up.

    After spending a subsequent amount of time in two diverse parts of Peru, the Andes and the north coast, I am lead to an observation that highlights a small yet significant culture difference. From my early entries I remember describing the simple modest nature of the ...

    Ecuador to Perú

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Dec 12, 2013

    7 photos

    ... We all set our phone alarms for 5 am, fearing none of us would wake up. And, seamlessly, we were up by 5am, out the door in a taxi by 5:20 and on the bus to Perú by 6 am. The supposed eight hour bus ride turned into ten by the time the border formalities were taken care of. Everyone on the bus needed to get off to get their exit stamps on their passports on the Ecuador side of the “frontier.” Then, the bus met us all on the other side of the bridge, ...

    Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

    A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Sep 08, 2013

    105 photos

    ... that Chan Chan was home to a population of tens of thousands, perhaps up to 100,000 people. Partly due to erosion, but also to mass looting, what remains is a shadow of the grandeur of the former city and yet is still an incredible sight.Chan Chan is a labyrinth of dwellings, palaces, fortifications, streets, storehouses and temples, all organised into a well-planned city structure spanning approximately 20 square kilometres.

    So the driver dropped us off ...