Hotel Paraiso Chiclayo

Address: Av. Pedro Ruiz 1064, Chiclayo, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Pedro Ruiz 1064, Chiclayo.
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      Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

      I'm a cowboy

      A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 17, 2015

      33 photos

      ... so much for keeping trim). We also found beer, so of course bought us some and headed back to the ranch after we found out the chicken restaurant only opened after 6pm. As we headed to the ranch, we passed a group of dogs that barked and chased us, I had grabbed a branch and raised it over my head and the dogs backed off, all bark and no bite. We got our gate and sneaked in without the dogs approaching, and they were already comfortable with us and ...

      Sept to Nov : Estuar el profesor de Ingles PARTE 2

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Sep 01, 2014

      33 photos

      ... is dubious, but at the end of the day, this a language school, at the time, a struggling language school, in recent weeks they had halved the workforce, we were regularly without paper and ink..... A school! We want people to pass the exam, we want them to come to class, and honestly one of two if I had failed them, I think their confidence would be damaged and they wouldn't continue. As it happened 3 out of the 4 that took the exam, didn't continue due to financial reasons.
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      The best museum in Peru

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 16, 2014

      ... been good to have had a bit more time here. We then got the driver to drop us off at the main plaza so that we could buy some bread for tomorrow's trip. We decided to have dinner at the small restaurant attached to the hotel. We felt a bit embarrassed that we were the only customers and that the chef had to start from scratch to make the soups we ordered so the meals took over half an hour to be ready. The soups were worth the wait and cheap as ...

      Lambayeque - Treasures of Sipan

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 23, 2013

      16 photos

      ... from the Amazon Basin from reaching the coast. The cold current creates an unusually cool climate for a tropical for most of the distance and even enables penguins to live on the Equator in the Galapagos. In what are technically the winter months of June through September the current creates a low fog layer that socks much of Peru’s coast under almost constant gloomy overcast skies. This seems a little like the California coast in summer but more ...

      Early Indian Culture

      A travel blog entry by jaguardriving on Oct 26, 2012

      5 comments, 19 photos

      ... a eroded mountain.

      In the Huaca was the tomb of the Lord of Sipan, now in the Museum, so there is now a replica. When a Pecassa, kind of leguaan had fallen in the tomb and could not get out by itself, so it took three staff to catch the animal and release it outside, in the meantime making a mess of the exhibit.

      In the hotel we organised a drink on the occasion of my birthday, which was good ...