Huanchaco International Hotel
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... beach town that has been transformed into a tourist trap with wild parties. The entire town serves alcohol, you can drink anywhere you want, you can't walk 10 feet without someone offering you weed or cocaine, and street vendors are literally walking around on the streets selling "happy brownies." The week nights are more chill, but the weekends are filled with huge beach parties with thousands of people that go until 6am...some people get stuck here for months, but since I'm ...
... Well we can go somewhere else. It is too expensive. Let’s go to Alfredo’s. It is too expensive. Oh, maybe he will cut us a deal. Alfredo’s mum, Lupe is manning the till and she gives us the same price as the voice from the dungeon. Home we trudge to the party. (This all takes place in 10 or 15 minutes) There is cold beer, wine, weed and multitudinous piscos. (A new couple, these youngsters from Virginia are making pisco sours – which sounded good what with ...
... for a lunch and a dinner. Since we were okay with the budget, we bought the things to make truffles. I hadn't made them since Brazil so I thought it was time I do so again. We headed back to our hotel and then just relaxed for the evening. One other girl and I made the truffles since we had access to a large fridge and freezer. The group that was cooking made chicken fajitas and because they were so good, I ate far too ...
... will be too much. I will write another post about our tour of Chan ChiChung, and in addition Ernesto and Camilla invite me for lunch at their hostal the next day - an excellent time.
I have another post completed about the fab day that was yesterday but I am beginning to feel and think that the posts may be coming to an end as I am soon wrapping up my time in Peru.
I will spend a week in Lima. Then I fly to the US and Plattsburgh (in upstate New York) – a ...
- Chiclayo (Montsefu and Santa Rosa beach)
Big museum to do and a nice quiet beach.
Met Juan in the bus who show me around the town. We shared the same political ideas more or less. He gave me some clandestine newspapers called : La bandeja roja and luchar.
A nice Street with many historical street art.
Visit of the big archeological site called ChanChan, temple del Sol and de la Luna
These archeological sites were built before ...