Korianka

Independencia 808, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Independencia 808, Trujillo, is near Huaca del Sol y la Luna, El Brujo, Huacas de Moche, and Museo de Arqueología de la Universidad Nacional de Trujillo.
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    Travel Blogs from Trujillo

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

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

    94 photos

    ... place, and we never seemed to get our bearings here. The main square, called (you guessed it) the Plaza de Armas, was spacious and surrounded by brightly coloured buildings, but wasn't half as pretty as some of the other squares we have seen in South America. We wandered around the main pedestrian streets, some of which have old colonial buildings on them, but the place was pretty unremarkable as a whole. We also took a visit to the local market. These are usually ...

    The Final Entry

    A travel blog entry by looptiloop on Jan 01, 2014

    4 photos

    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 ...

    Ecuador to Perú

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Dec 12, 2013

    7 photos

    Lori:

    We were sad to leave one of our favorite towns, Vilcabamba, in a country we have grown to love and in which we feel very at home, but we have to go, not only because of visa restrictions, but to complete our planned journey to see the entire continent. A pick-up truck brought us from Izhcayluma Hosteria to the terminal where we caught a one hour bus back to Loja in order to buy tickets at the terminal for an early morning bus ride across the border to ...

    Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

    A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john on Sep 08, 2013

    105 photos

    ... There wasn't any obvious signs of where the entrance was from the bus, so we just told the driver we wanted to go there, so hopefully they'll tell us which place to get off the bus at. Chan Chan was built by the Chimu Empire around the 15th C, and was the largest pre-Colombian city before falling to the Incas. It was located in the river valley of Moche or Santa Catalina. The remains of the city shows their layout as a political and social strategy, which is emphasized ...

    Trujillo and its pre columbian ruins

    A travel blog entry by candcthai on Jul 09, 2013

    25 photos

    ... a young girl!) . We learn from our guide that once again it is a civilisation that seemingly focused upon religion, the afterlife and human sacrifice. Perhaps if they had concentrated more on the here and now, the Incas may not have found it so easy to come in an conquer them? It is incredible to think that this city was constructed entirely of mud bricks and has lasted for centuries. As we walk through the reconstructed ruins it leads us down to a square lagoon beyond which is ...