Hotel Costa del Sol Ramada Chiclayo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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Heiko stayed here on Sep 3, 2014 during their trip titled: Working in Peru.
The very best road in Peru lies between Lima and Chimbote. 4 lanes of perfect bitumen through an empty desert. Nothing but gigantic sanddunes and mountains to the right, every now and then a glimpse of the ocean to the left. Virtually no one on the road but the roadworkers, most women who are completely covered in fluorescent suits, with helmets, sunglasses and dustmasks. Sometimes a convoy of fueltankers or other trucks comes from the opposite direction, sometimes a bus. Am I the ...
... the top, still hot, a nice breeze welcomed me but also shifted you a little on the narrow path. At the top we had a great view of the entire area and could imagine what it used to look like, a massive complex of buildings, homes and temples.
We returned to the base and made our way to the main road where we grabbed a tuk back down the road where we got off and started walking to another temple, but was greeted by a few ...
... I give the answer, and vice versa. This was ok...Relatively. I had two chaps called Juan, German and Saul (better not call this Saul, Breaking Bad reference for you Heinzenberg fans out there). Each of us had a name tag placed on our desks, mainly so I could remember their names, but they proved very valuable for the exercises. On asking one of them (who wasn't Juan) Who are you? They replied with " I am Juan "....ah no. I use his name tag to show the error. Then group 3) He, ...
... taxis, and
then there are cars that look like taxis but seem to stop and pick up extra
passengers until they are packed. Then there are cars with no signage who also
toot at you to see if they can entice you in and then there are the tuk tuk
style vehicles some of which seem just to be holding together. Lucky everywhere
we wanted to go in town was within a 2kms radius so we just walked and tried to
ignore the sensory assault.