Hotel Casa de la Luna

Address: Calle Bernardo Alcedo 250 , Chiclayo, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Bernardo Alcedo 250 , Chiclayo.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

    Two Suitors: A Parable

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... and liberating, the multiplicity of ways in which our often hidden presuppositions and the structures of our subjectivity shape and elicit the reality we seek to understand. If we have learned anything from the many disciplines that have contributed to postmodern thought, it is that what we believe to be our objective knowledge of the world is radically affected and even constituted by a complex multitude of subjective factors, most of which are altogether unconscious. ...

    Sept to Nov : Estuar el profesor de Ingles PARTE 2

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... knew a little more about me and vice versa and we could joke a little more as their English was a little higher than my first group. One of the first lessons with the group, I was asking questions getting to know them and assessing each ones level of English, and I asked one lady what she had for eat for lunch and she replied with (in a very softly spoken voice) I had a (now in a deeper cockney pronunciation) slyyyyyyyyce (back to light softly spoken voice) of pizza. I nearly burst ...

    Señor Sipàn and Chiclayo

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... a nice lad Miguel who told us when to get off and walked us through town to the museum. This museum holds all of the artefacts and reproductions from the archeological site. The bodies or what's left of them are located here, the jewellery is on display and reproductions of the tombs can be seen. It really was a remarkable find. It was one of the most complete, well set out and interesting museums ...

    July 27th - Sept. Stu the English Teacher PART 1

    A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... what we needed, the novelty of getting lost wore of quickly. During the two hours we must have spent there, the amount of staring was quite surreal, I would let it go on for a few moments then break the tension by saying hola or buenos tardes, because it gets pretty intense, and its not just young kids, teenagers and adults just stare they don't have a sense of being rude, or maybe it is we who are too up tight in europe?

    Anyway... The school... So Monday ...

    The bling King

    A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... an eye on what was happening in case John was weakened by the plight of a poor unfortunate sob story, it was at that moment she walked straight into a wall . . . Owww! To which John exclaimed, "I bet the monk is thinking, "That's karma for you!" because you didn't buy the book!" Grrr! We are coming to the end of our time in Peru, but there was one more temple complex Rhianwyn wanted to see. In New Zealand we had found a stack of National Geographics, one of which was ...