Hotel Costa del Sol Ramada Tumbes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... in Peru than we had seen before, which we liked because it reminded us of India. The desert like landscape that we had seen yesterday at the end of our day continued and everything seemed fairly sparse. We cycled passed lots of really poor looking one room houses and grain crops in the fields. The road continued to be good and after a couple of hours of riding it swung out towards to the coast and we saw the Pacific
ocean for the first time from Peru.
... bus to Quito would not be that expensive (we knew it was less than $15 each). He argued that it included the 'security' charge, I said we never asked for security, all we wanted was to get to the bus company and he told us he worked for them. Eventually after a lot of arguing and Anthony saying we could get the police to sort this out (and other dodgy looking guys approaching the car in what may have been an effort to intimidate) he kindly dropped his ...