Hotel San Andres

Av. Juan Pablo II N0 155 - 157 , Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Down the coast to Trujillo

A travel blog entry by jim.coates

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... of sugar cane, here it only shows up later on -- as one option amongst many for using the scarce water washing down from the high sierras. Interesting how, after a many hundreds of hectares of cane, the estates have planted smaller sections of maize under the same irrigated scheme. There must be a requirement of some kind to grow some food as well as just the cash crop.

As I drove I ...

Ecuador to Perú

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

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... exactly it was that we were watching. A man in drag dirty dancing to a mix of Michael Jackson’s greatest hits and Peruvian pop. His sidekicks were either two midget men or children with facial deformities and the skinniest legs we have ever seen on quite accomplished dancers. They were gigging in the middle of the sidewalk mind you, with large crowds watching. The whole scene made us uneasy and very sad, and we carried on without more than a few minutes ...

A Spontaneous Journey to Trujillo

A travel blog entry by jeffwright

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... place is still beautiful--and at 17 square miles, it's simply massive.

Following our tour, we went to Huanchaco, a nearby beach town. At this point it became clear to me that the vast majority of foreigners in the Trujillo area were from Latin America. I did bump into a few people from Germany and other parts of Europe, but I never met a single person from North America.

One of my favorite things about the beach was the street food. I ate plenty ...

Wankchaco

A travel blog entry by ginatonic

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... The mountain acted as a guardian to the Moche people, infront of the moon temple towered the sun temple. This was an enormous building of 11 stories and 44 metres high, although now only a third of it is visible from outside. It was the political centre for all of the Moche people and this town acted as the capital city for the Moche. Archeologists are still busy excavating the sun temple so I think in 10-20 years this site will be even more spectacular than it is currently and ...

Canon del Pata

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013

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In went the driver's USB and out came the familiar, LOUD, brass band music, which was achingly familiar. As we proceeded through the canyon, the driver would slam the horn as we approached corners, to warn of our approach (the road is a single lane). It was a good loud blast, but we never heard one coming towards us, even though several vehicles suddenly appeared during the journey. Bet the band ...

Location

This hotel, located on Av. Juan Pablo II N0 155 - 157 , Trujillo, is near Huaca del Sol y la Luna, El Brujo, Tres Chimbadas Lake, and Huacas de Moche.
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