Hotel Chilimasa

Mz. 20 Lote 16 Urb. Andres Araujo Moran, Tumbes, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mz. 20 Lote 16 Urb. Andres Araujo Moran, Tumbes.
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    Travel Blogs from Tumbes

    Bye Ecuador, hello Peru

    A travel blog entry by naomitravel11 on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... man with a motorbike taxi, knew the name, putted our bags on the taxi. He drove us to the ATM as we needed Peru money, then drove 5 seconds to our hostel. We laughed as we could of walked! He charged us S5, which is £1. We all were so tired and hungry as it was a long day, almost 12 hours of travelling! Thankfully the hostel do food until 10:30pm. Also it was nice to see some backpackers as we have not seen any for a few days since ...

    Watako Beach

    A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... to put it up- the wind was blowing so much that my grand illusions of no fly and no pegs went out the door, and I had to tie the tent to the cabana and weigh it down with my bags! Today I tried the non-alcoholic national drink- Inca Kola, very sweet (even for me) but it wasn't unbearable. The neon yellow colour is slightly off putting though.... Wednesday 04 June: on an excitement scale this day reached about a 2, but it was stunning weather and a ...

    Day in Tumbes

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Jun 07, 2013

    ... at the door. The food turned out to be OK (gigantic portions for very cheap) and certainly more than filled a hole (although AP commented on the amount of flies he could see in the kitchen when he was paying). After a bit more of a stroll round we headed back to our hostel for showers (it is very muggy here) and a film (with a tub of icecream- home comforts!) before an early ...

    ¡Adiós Ecuador - voy a Peru!

    A travel blog entry by curlsandtales on Dec 06, 2012


    ... I have really appreciated during my travels. I also couldn't have wished for a better foundation from which to build my spanish abilities. Sentimentalities over for the moment - I blame it on slight feelings of claustrophobia after a 5 hour wait in Guayaquil airport - I now have an 8 hour bus journey across a border described in the guidebooks as 'harrowing' and 'to be avoided where possible'... ...

    Getting the flock out of thieving Peru

    A travel blog entry by anthonyandsusan on May 03, 2012

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    ... bus, he proceeded to tell us all the police were corrupt, again cleverly planting the seeds of doubt. Then suddenly we left the main street and were pulling into a yard with gates. At this stage I knew we'd been scammed, I was just trying to figure out how badly. He said he had to get our bus tickets and that they'd be $79 each, US dollars!! Then he said the bus was a fancy tourist bus, Panamericana, and that it would bring us all the way to Quito. Anthony told him ...

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