Hotel Libertador Trujillo
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Summary - took local bus to Chan Chan temple - church visit I had gotten instructions from our hostess on how to go to the choo choo temples on a cheap, she laughed each time since it was actually Chan Chan temple and I was always forgetting what it was called. We would be taking a local bus there and back for only 1.5 soles, compared to 10-15 soles for a taxi, but would have to endure the packed bus. We packed for the day (plenty of sun ...
... the entire compound.
This would have been a pretty cool place to visit, but there was a group of about fifty young teenagers that were brought to Chan Chan at the same time, and I just found them too annoying to even enjoy myself. They were really loud and kept trying to be annoying when I was trying to hear our guide. This guide also didn’t have as good a level of english as the one in the morning, so that also didn’t help ...
Getting to Huanchaco was a real comedy of errors. At the time it was pretty frustrating but now it's actually quite funny and it brings us to this lovely little beach spot a little earlier than expected. Our 4 day trek was great but half the group had booked a 3 day trek and so we rushed the third day to camp in the town. We camped in someone's farm backyard, where every animal was on heat and doing it. I now know what a duck penis looks like. We sat around on ...
... in Huanchaco we formed a very special bond with Julie who is this incredibly smiling and warm person full of energy. A person you just want to be around. Saying goodbye, not only to her but to all our new friends was really hard. Luckily Julie is going to Buenos Aires for her daughters wedding so we get to see her one more time before the end of our trip which is possibly the only reason I finally convinced the girls that we should get going.
... home 'home'; Charlie, owner of Oceano Hostal who ran the restaurant and made the best cremoladas of all Huanchaco and maybe even all of Peru; Billy, owner of Jungle Bar Billy - a fun loving guy originally from Cusco who loved having us during happy hour and was just great fun to chat with; Marco, friend of Carlos and musician who played every night at a different bar and played every instrument you can think of; Antwon from Switzerland, we met him during ...