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Salaverry – Trujillo, Peru
As the captain said as we got off the ship "welcome to the moon". The landscape here in Salaverry, Peru is barren and dusty with nothing but rocks and sand.
Our tour guides arrived on schedule in two 24-seater buses and we headed to Trujillo City, which is in the northwest area of Peru. It's the 2nd biggest city in the country with populations of just over 2 million people. A ...
... a minor transport fee of 1.50. It was an experience as once again I physically couldn't fit into the seats and apparently there only being 12 seats didn't stop the driver and his helper from letting up to 15 people to get on. Regardless we ended up driving past Chan Chan on our way into Trujillo and got to the city centre fine. The city was just what the lonely planet had said: the city centre was very very colonial looking and pretty and just all together quaint but ...
... The "conductor" slid the door open whilst on the move and shouted out destinations to potential customers, with the bus breaking suddenly (and all the standing passengers going flying) each time someone waved the bus down. We alighted at the Museum, which is fairly small, but worthwhile visiting for information on the history of the Chan Chan complex, including a scale model. We also saw a few fat lizards in the bushes near the entrance, which Mr H was ...
... he said 9pm. Silly me, didn’t double check –
should know they told him to be ready 2 hours before required just to make
sure, like they do on the buses here (15 mins early) just to make sure the
Latinos are on time. The procession was still on foot, a stupid idea given how
late it was and how slow it moves – they probably had to endure a really long
mass before setting off from the church ...
... why we are switching hotels is because we really had nowhere to hang out and to have a good hostel, you have to make the rooms NOT a hang out place. We checked out the place we were going named Naylamp. After we learned our way around, we went to a market. We bought mango smoothies, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2. That was payed from our Chanukah money. Then we played on the beach. I went in the water and in about two minutes my feet were numb. After, we went back ...