Hotel San Martin

Address: San Martin 749, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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    Day 19 Salaverry, Peru

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jan 29, 2015

    1 comment

    ... was only one hand playing. Am glad that we went to hear him.

    Today we are now in Salaverry. We remember this port from 2012. It is all desert, everything is gray. This is not a container port and there are some small fishing boats that are anchored near us. This is a place of billions of pelicans. They are everywhere.

    We are going to head into town on the free shuttle ...

    One Visit is Definitely Enough !

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 21, 2014

    Salaverry – Trujillo, Peru

    As the captain said as we got off the ship "welcome to the moon". The landscape here in Salaverry, Peru is barren and dusty with nothing but rocks and sand.

    Our tour guides arrived on schedule in two 24-seater buses and we headed to Trujillo City, which is in the northwest area of Peru. It's the 2nd biggest city in the country with populations of just over 2 million people. A ...

    Mañana, Mañana

    A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... A Walk to Remember". Nine hours later, we arrived bright and early into the ultra-modern bus station where my bag was waiting for me on an (albeit stationary) conveyor belt. I was impressed – was I in the same South America I’d heard about? – until it later transpired that the squeaky-clean airport-esque Trujillo bus terminal was, in fact, the best part of Trujillo.

    We narrowly avoided a high-speed car crash before arriving at our hostel where we were ...

    A day of enlightenment

    A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 30, 2014

    ... a minor transport fee of 1.50. It was an experience as once again I physically couldn't fit into the seats and apparently there only being 12 seats didn't stop the driver and his helper from letting up to 15 people to get on. Regardless we ended up driving past Chan Chan on our way into Trujillo and got to the city centre fine. The city was just what the lonely planet had said: the city centre was very very colonial looking and pretty and just all together quaint but ...

    Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on May 29, 2014

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    ... The "conductor" slid the door open whilst on the move and shouted out destinations to potential customers, with the bus breaking suddenly (and all the standing passengers going flying) each time someone waved the bus down. We alighted at the Museum, which is fairly small, but worthwhile visiting for information on the history of the Chan Chan complex, including a scale model. We also saw a few fat lizards in the bushes near the entrance, which Mr H was ...

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