Hotel Esmeralda

Address: Av. Loreto 235, Piura, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Loreto 235, Piura, is near Casa de los Contrafuertes (House of the Buttresses).
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Piura

        Day 46/164: Stage 38 Las Lomas to Chulucanas 84km

        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 25, 2015

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        ... way to Lunch so suited me well. Was just starting to think that I might have to drop off when suddenly the Lunch bus came into view, earlier than I thought it might.

        A grey sort of morning with not really very much to see today so very few photos taken. While Brett was following me at one point he said that my back wheel (that had had a new spoke put in the other day) had quite a wobble on ...

        Gary, Mark, the Newlyweds, and The Rock,

        A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 09, 2015

        ... Huanchoca a beach town west of Trujillo.

        My thought is to spend time in Piura.

        We navigate customs the Ecuador and then Peruvian border crossings. All goes well and thankfully there are just a few of us on the bus otherwise the customs stop could have gone on for hours.

        We three gringos put in our nine hours get off the bus together and Gary has gives a recommend for a hostel which is the same one Mark has on his list to look over. We hoof ...

        Day two, so much to tell

        A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 08, 2014


        ... were three elderly gentlemen sitting on seats. Karen went up to ask them where this road went, (in English, as she speaks no Spanish) tasted their drink, and then gave them some cereal which they gladly took. We still didn't find out if we were on the right road. We continued on our way stopping again to look at Egrets by the side of a river, as we pulled up a donkey wandered out beside the mototaxi, he was tethered to and underneath the bushes we had parked by ...


        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 26, 2014

        ... the roads got flatter and less curvy, though with mototaxis to dodge & hooting constantly.

        Quite soon after Catacocha we dropped down into big lush river valleys overshadowed by high dry hills – the valleys were lush green with young sugarcane and even lusher rice paddies until the landscape became dry lowland desert, the dry brown soil and trees punctuated by the gorgeous bright green leaves & trunks ...

        'Catacaos! Catacaos! Catacaos!'

        A travel blog entry by slmackay on Nov 27, 2013

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        ... opted to head outside of the town instead. Best decision EVER. Catacaos is only 20 minutes away but a completely different atmostphere. Now I feel like we are really in South America... the people, the smells, the food, the strange methods of transport, the noise, the music... que bien!

        It took us some time to find the collectivo (van) that was going to Catacaos as there isn't technically a stop it just pulls up wherever there are people waiting. ...