Hotel Rio Verde
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Salida de Arenillas y a la frontera. Paso por aduana y migracion toma aproximadamente dos horas y media. Conduccion hasta Zorritos, al restaurante el Brujo, donde los cebiches mixtos llevan la delantera en las preferencias del menu. Continuamos hasta Punta Sal donde nos separamos del grupo de amigos compuesto por Avatar (KTM 1190), Duende (BMW 800 …
... can see when something is coming as they create a dust storm behind them. There always seemed just room to pass. Sometimes our steed nearly conked out and Karen and I had to leap out. I've now got the hang of jumping back in whilst we're moving. It's quite funny when we have to push though, but usually only for a short distance. Once over the mountain, the rather rugged scenery changed to lush green. Even the houses were different, on ...
... to follow a cart but he pointed me in a different direction and we ended up following a motorbike who guided us through the wood. I could not believe it when we spotted telegraph lines and a very large shed, then houses...... I WAS SO RELIEVED. We found nice little roadside cafe and had a lunge of beef stew with rice and plantain, all washed down with icy cold water. We watched as piglets and donkeys ambled past taking no notice of speeding traffic. On the road ...
... girls on the bus and they were really sweet. They drove us to a couple of hotel to find a good accommodation then they left us for a while in the hotel but came back to take us to a market where we could buy some lighter clothes as we were dressed in the hot clothes from the highland and it was close to 30 degrees Celsius in Piura. It was a really nice to meet such kind and helpful locals and it contributed to make the stay in Piura a ...
Neither John nor I got very much sleep last night. There was a loose manhole cover in the street right outside our window and I swear that a car hit it every 30 seconds or so. Also, I was worried about the border crossing and moving to a new country.
We took the 9am bus from Cariamanga to Piura, Peru. We think that we were ripped off on the price... aka given the "gringo price"... because the tickets were ...