Hotel Feijoo

Address: a media cuadra de la Plaza de Armas, Tumbes, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on a media cuadra de la Plaza de Armas, Tumbes.
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Travel Blogs from Tumbes

Zorritos - Chichlayo - Trujillo

A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Jan 27, 2015

10 photos

... Chichlayo We arrived pretty late to Chiclayo and most of us headed straight for bed. I'm not a museum person so the next day I skipped that option and after a lazy morning, Simone and I visited the witches market - a very small part of a larger local market filled with herbs, skeletons, animal organs, voodoo dolls and potions for any ailment. An interesting wander. After lunch we took our bus to Trujillo. To be honest, I feel that I would ...

Watako Beach

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jun 05, 2014

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Tuesday 03 June: Another border crossing under my belt- this morning we left Ecuador and arrived into Peru. It got warmer and more sunny as we dropped out if the Andes- yay, although that means I'm back to being several shades of shiny. We drove for a few ours until we arrived at Watako Beach. Here we stayed by the Pacific Ocean, camping on the beach under cabanas- boy it's a tough life! I will complain about the fact that I ended up with a beach inside my tent as ...

Day in Tumbes

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Jun 07, 2013

... from tomorrow, so decided to have a chill day. We grabbed a good fruit smoothie and some snacks before spending a few hours on the Internet and reading at our hostel. We later ventured out to dinner and struggled to find anywhere to eat that didn't look like we might contract something from the establishment. Settling on a small place we were starving so gave in to the ...

Entering Peru

A travel blog entry by gemandkory on Dec 20, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... Ecuador and Peru was over a small bridge across a dried up riverbed. The bridge was packed with vendors trying to sell goods to people who were crossing the border. I think Ecudorians and Peruvians can get day passes to enter the other country to buy goods from the sellers on the opposing border towns, which meant that the area was saturated with people selling their all sorts of merchandise. It was like trying to cycle down a street whilst a parade was going on, ...

North West Peru and into Ecuador

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jul 20, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... Whistles are bad enough in the hands of referees, and for police ok if they use them to summon aid as Dixon of Dock Green used to do. But in Peru there is a secret language of whistles which Janet and I were never able to de-code. All we knew was that in towns there is a constant cacophony of piercing whistles assaulting the senses. If this is a tactic employed to improve Perus ludicrous driving it has yet to pay ...

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