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

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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 …

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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... to the fish market, had a short stroll along the long pier and the seafront, and a back through the colonial streets, so had pretty much done this pleasant colonial town. Didn’t need to go up the Mirador with the big Christ, every town seems to have one of those, and the 5th floor of the hotel was eyeball to eyeball with him anyway!

Tried to skip town ASAP but was prevented, yet again, by full buses – had ...

Big ocean waves in Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

... hotel Naylamp. We moved because the first hostel was nice but it wasn't the right place for a family with kids because the rooms are too small five people. After moving hotels, we walked over a few blocks to the market and bought a movie from a stand. All of the movies there are pirated so they are very cheap. The man was selling a set of five movies for two soles, or around 75 cents. All of the movies are originally in English but are also dubbed in ...

Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john

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... guy, and I think my instincts felt good, so we just went along with it. He couldn't speak much English, so I was trying to speak to him in Spanish a bit. He said he was taking us to buy our entrance tickets, which were $10 soles each, and this included entrance into all four sites.

We drove for about 20 minutes and I thought he was going to come into the sites with us, but when we bought our tickets, he directed us where to go, and we went inside on our own to ...

Koreans from Portland

A travel blog entry by evelyn.11

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Well, it's been about another week and it's been a weird one, where so much happened that it's weird it was only a couple of days.  On Saturday a team of about 10 from Portland arrived at the house I was staying at. They were from the ages of about 16 from a Korean church. They had been helping out in the jungle with laying some foundation for a church being built. The first day they came around 7:30 am, so we all had breakfast, went to the beach, then a ...

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