Hostal Malibu

Av. Larco 1471, Trujillo, 044, Peru | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


Noisy neighbour had kept shouting until late and then there was knocking on his door at 3pm – had trouble getting back to sleep thereafter, especially as the power had gone off and there was no white noise, so not impressed.

Hung in bed late – no natural light so couldn't tell what time it was. No point being up early anyway as no breakfast anywhere til after 8am. Both the seafront hotels’ 2 ...

Big ocean waves in Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

... to a restaurant for dinner and then walked back to our hotel.

Thursday we walked along the beach and watched a fisherman weave a boat. Today we woke up and walked for ten minutes with our bags from our old to a ...

Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john


... all around the city, so it would have been harder to do this independently anyway. Because we had time to kill, we took him up on the offer. When we went to get in his car, I was just expecting it to be one of the yellow taxis, but no, it was the oldest car going that wouldn't start that well! I thought oh no what have we let ourselves in for, he's not a licensed taxi driver and could be anyone, but as we'd already agreed, we couldn't turn around and say no now. He was ...

One week

A travel blog entry by evelyn.11


... And the staff is very dedicated and their heart for the kids is exploding out their pores. 

  • I forgot that their would be a time difference and I think my body is still kind of in jet lag/time zone shock. 
  • The four little girls at the house are full of energy and want to play all the time, I feel at home :)
  • And I had cow heart today. (I think by now, I've almost eaten every single part of a cow)
  • So I'll try to keep ...

    Huaca del Sol and Huaca de la Luna

    A travel blog entry by lynanddon


    The Huaca de la Luna and Huaca de la Sol temples were built by he Moche civilization beginning around 50 AD. They flourished until 850 AD when their civilization collapsed. By 450AD the Huaca del Sol temple had 8 levels of construction completed, each being added on top of the other. In the 17th century the Spanish redirected the flow of the Moche River over to the temple in order to use water to help with looting gold from the temple, leaving it significantly ...


    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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