Hotel Chilimasa

Address: 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

    Zorritos - Chichlayo - Trujillo

    A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Jan 27, 2015

    10 photos

    ... to skip Chiclayo as there wasn't too much for us to fill our time with. Trujillo We arrived in to Trujillo at around 6pm. After a quick bag drop we took a walk around town which definitely felt bigger, more interesting and a little bit more touristy, which isn't necessarily a good thing. After dinner, which for me included a 2-4-1 Pisco Sour a handful of us went out to a local bar for one drink, then another, then another. Three shots and two ...

    Watako Beach

    A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Entering Peru

    A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Dec 20, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... manic and slow going but thankfully didn't last for very long.

    Once we got to the Peruvian side of the border we were pointed in the direction of the immigration, which thankfully didn't have a queue at all and we were dealt with very quickly. Within minutes we were granted permission to be in the country for three months, and before the ink was dried we were on the bikes and ready to explore a new country.
    We noticed straight away that there were more ...

    Getting the flock out of thieving Peru

    A travel blog entry by anthonyandsusan on May 03, 2012

    1 comment

    ... 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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