Huanchaco International Hotel
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... an instantly fascinating place - a dusty desert town by the beach, I hadn't seen anything quite like it before. We scouted out hostels and settled on Naylamp, which turned out to be a pleasant enough place to stay for a few days. There we met a large number of other travellers with whom we spent the nights chatting and drinking with; this included Mode and Etienne, a French Canadian couple that we would travel with to Lima in the coming days, and a Dutch guy (whose name I can't ...
... molto amichevole e molto carina. Nina ha avuto un'altra occasione per cavalcare qualche onda e io per mangiare un po' di pesce nella versione peruviana, il ceviche: un misto di pesce marinato in succo di lime, con cipolle e peperoncino, molto buono e molto piccante. Avremo altre occasioni per fare surf, mangiare pesce e goderci l'aria di mare, visto che non abbiamo alcuna intenzione di allontanarci dalla costa del Pacifico per un po' di tempo. Una notte in ...
... almost every day. I enjoyed the beach and Sophia was hanging out with the other travelers from our hostel. The girls also arranged two more talent shows and finished decorating the walls and in the process they became quite famous in Huanchaco. Everybody had heard of the two young backpackers and everytime I met someone new they would always go: "Oh, you are the mother of the girls" which made me famous to.
During the last week we also made ...
In my final entry I wish to express many thoughts and emotions. However may one in particular stand out from the rest.
Returning to Peru is an easy step as the coastal township of Huanchaco remembers me as I remember it. Pleasantly laid back and open to a party on a Tuesday night. The locals haven't changed their habits and after a month I'm still yet to see them do anything but surf, sleep and ride their push-bikes.
Embarking on my mission to learn surf once again, I ...
... road surrounded by arid sandy land. We finally get there and it is dead...there are a few taxis and some drivers milling around but that's it. We try to get a glimpse of inside but can't and just decide that it will probably be ****, so after negotiating with a taxi driver, we lower our price and get a taxi to Trujillo to see the town. Trujillo is a fairly average town, has some hint of colonial prettiness but not a great ...
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