Hotel San Martin

San Martin 749, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Une galere qui finit bien

A travel blog entry by sprevenaz


Lundi 10 decembre

La route de Huanuco? Vous tournez a la laguna Conocha et apres c'est tout droit: sauf qu'a chaque intersection, le doute revient. Nous sommes en pays Quechua, il y a des maisons partout dans la montagne, les gens vivent dans des conditions difficiles, les chiens nous poursuivent quand nous passons, il y en a partout …

Up the Pacific coast of Peru

A travel blog entry by skannyboy


... she was a middle aged lady out shopping). The Plaza d'Armas is beautiful with impressive, old government buildings and a cathedral surround it. There is also a KFC and Starbucks there (which is where I'll probably finish this blog) although the KFC is more expensive than home so in decided to go to a pizza place packed with locals. The pizza came with a glass of Inca Cola, the most popular drink in Peru containing about twice as much sugar as Coke. It also has ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

Sunny morning so headed off to Huancas (Hu is pronounced as a W - as well as being the name of a town this is the name of a whole tribe!), a tiny ancient village of crumbling adobe houses – the big attraction it's proximity to Sonche Canyon, a green rocky steep valley with a 4 level waterfall. A mirador & some viewing platforms have been constructed but it is still possible in places to stand on many of the rocky outcrops.

Nothing in town ...

Nearly a week here doing lots of not much...

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... in Huanchaco. The quiet streets and beachfront went from tranquility to a jam packed party scene yesterday with locals from Trujillo, the city 20 minutes south, flooding into this town. We spent the afternoon moseying down the streets with a new festive weekend atmosphere. Street food everywhere with home baked sweets, shaved ice, fried breads and potato balls. The waves yesterday were massive and we were entertained thoroughly by watching the surfers tackle them. We ...

Planes, Trains and Automobiles (not really)

A travel blog entry by evelyn.11


... assumes every American knows how to drive manually, luckily I did, and so he pulls over and has us switch places. (Oh, the second thing when driving Peruvian cars, everyone is Peru is short, if they're tall, you can be they're from somewhere else, or one of their parents isn't Peruvian.) So I get into his seat, and of course the chair is to far forward for me, and I reach under the seat to adjust it, and find no way to move the seat back…so now I'll just have to shift by pulling ...


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