Hotel Costa del Sol Ramada Tumbes
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I made it back to my bed just after midnight. FYI if you find yourself in Trujillo NEVER EVER try a shot called Diesel. Apparently when in Trujillo you mustn't miss out on seeing the Huaca del sol y la Luna (Temple of the sun and temple of the moon) The aincent pre Inca temples of the Moche civilisation. Only the Huaca la Luna is open to the public right now but it is certainly impressive. Unfortunately like a lot of historical religious buildings ...
... to chill out, play cards, and swim. Thursday 05 June: we went down the coast passed Mancora to a fishermen's wharf; here the turtles have learnt there is food so they hang around and you can pay $5 Peruvian soles (about $2.20NZ) to swim with them. Added bonus? Jumping off the wharf of course! :) The turtles got so close I was smacked by one of their flippers- and the water was a bit murky so you didn't know they were there until they were right by you. There ...
Ok so our bus eventually arrived and kicked us off at Puira. Hmm, we still didn't know anything about this place and it didn't seem like it had a lot to offer. Driving in we hadn't noticed any hostels or places of interest at all. Really we are now just itching to get to Ecuador. So we asked in the Cruz del Sur office about a bus heading to Ecuador but they apparently do not go from Puira, only from Lima or Trujillo. They did however point us in the direction of another ...
... Ecuador and Peru was over a small bridge across a dried up riverbed. The bridge was packed with vendors trying to sell goods to people who were crossing the border. I think Ecudorians and Peruvians can get day passes to enter the other country to buy goods from the sellers on the opposing border towns, which meant that the area was saturated with people selling their all sorts of merchandise. It was like trying to cycle down a street whilst a parade was going on, ...
... this) We enjoyed their company so much we met them again the next day, delaying our entry into Ecuador by a further 24 hours. We waved our sadgoodbyes as their coach trundled off down the Pan American Highway.
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