Hotel Costa del Sol Piura
Travel Blogs from Piura
... being thrown back and forth in the seat. I am sure, at least, Sophia would have been really sick had she not slept through it. I also managed to dose of until I was awoken at 3.30 am by the Peruvian border. The crossing was really easy and uneventful and the girls could continue sleeping while I handled the paperwork for all of us. At 7 am we arrived in Piura where we just needed our backs to transfer to another bus station and continue ...
... a night but John got it for 35. Woo hoo! After putting down our heavy bags we went out to explore our new city. We wondered into the local supermarket, sat in a park and slowly strolled around the streets. It was nice knowing that we didn't have any place to be. We ended up having dinner at an outdoor place near our hostel. John had chicken and I had fish. Both came with rice and really good beans. We ...
... more cycling through the dry landscape we saw a small hut selling drinks and coconuts and pulled in. The girls were clearly bored and happy to chat as we sucked up the coconut milk through a straw. When kory asked for a photo with them, they were delighted and ran off to get their camera too, which passed another 5 minutes for them, whilst they waited for another customer to pull over for a drink.
We had been hoping to make it to a city called Puira, but as we had ...
They let me in…woo hoo…!! Was there any doubt I hear you say….well you never can tell. But, thankfully a pretty uneventful border crossing, with a grand total of 6 of us on the large bus crossing over (4 gringos)!
After 9 hour on a bus we were happy to just have a bed for the night – which was a good thing as to be honest Piura is erm a town with a square and a church! And with hostels that seem to have an ...
... was, after all thrown into a place were no one spoke a word English- and I- well, I didn't speak a word Spanish. It was all, when push comes to shove- down to my phrasebook and my brilliant ability to use my hands, to be able to get some communication across in the first couple or weeks. Why I hadn't bothered to learn basic Spanish before I arrived, I have no idea. Put it down to laziness I guess. But by the end of the first month, things were definitely improving. And ...
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service