Hosteria San Roque

2 de Mayo 437, Chiclayo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 de Mayo 437, Chiclayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

    The bling King

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 23, 2014

    27 photos

    ... 1990 and had lots of information about the newly discovered Moche tombs of the Lords of Sipan. As it was on the route north we decided that we should go to the area in Peru where this civilisation lived. We didn't go all the way out to the tombs as we had had enough of long journeys through the desert to look at eroded mud bricks. What we did do was to go to the museum containing the treasures found in the tombs, just a 30 minute Colectivo ride away from our hostel. The ...

    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 ...

    Hot and dusty

    A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Jul 06, 2013

    19 photos

    ... sight showcasing the findings of the royal tombs of Sipan. These were pretty spectacular and ornate. The meseum was fairly large and its array of silver and gold was extremely impressive. The Lord of Sipan himself was basically covered from head to toe in gold and buried with various other offerings including a number of women, a young boy and a guard to protect him in the next life. I decided to cut the sight ...

    King Kong, kidnapping and a theft

    A travel blog entry by emmazach on Jan 17, 2013

    4 comments

    ... in the grave of Señor de Sipán, a high status man from the Moche culture. The grave was found by archaeologists before graverobbers so the treasures are rare, as most have been melted down in the past. The amount of gold adornments all inlaid with turquoise or shell depicting gods or animals (most of their gods were part animal part human) is simply amazing. I can imagine anyone wearing these pieces would have made quite an intimidating figure. Another highlight of Lambayeque was ...

    Even more sand

    A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Dec 30, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... us, which was good and allowed us to take it in turns to use the other person as a bit of a windshield. One person would be working like crazy to be moving forward at all and the other would still be pedaling but not battling so much to just stay upright. All in all, it was a tough day, as the wind increased it threw sand at us, which stung my legs and coated me from head to toe. The sand got everywhere, even underneath my clothes, which lead to it rubbing on my skin as I moved ...