Hotel Costa del Sol Piura
Travel Blogs from Piura
... 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 ...
... home safely and we first treated ourselves to a beer (and ice cream for Maria) from the kiosk in front of our new home. What a contrast, but we are glad that we had the opportunity to visit these places with a really good organized company, and people around who knew what, when and where...! However, it is proved again that those who do not have much are happy to share with others.
Tomorrow we will head to the beach! Not the normal one but an untouhed, local beach. We're ...
... would sort out the problem. We had to find somewhere to stay for another 24 hours.
Luckily the bellboy at the hotel across from the bus company answered the door and we managed to get a nice room for a reasonable ratefor the remainder of the night. The following morning we were up relativley early and over to the bus station again to confront the manager. He finally turned up and after a lot of discussion in Spanish with another sales lady, ...
... market/highway street chaos of the day before seemed, at least on the surface, gentle and simple and just .....nice.
I definitely had my guard up as I started to walk back the route of the taxi, waiting for my spidey senses to send out some alarms, but nope, didn't happen. Motos stopped, taxis stopped, everyone seemed baffled about why I was walking at high noon in the scorching heat when I could ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility