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... We are led to two policemen. After explaining the situation of the previous day, we drive to a Police Station. Nobody speaks English, fortunately Google translation was there. They show us some photos of known con-artists. Guess what, "Jose" as he goes by name only to tourists is one of them. So for the sum of 850 soles, 650 were fake. Five hours later we are returned to our hotel. Drained, we eat and go to bed. Terry is angry with himself for not having ...
... ended, cigar-shaped totora boats called caballitos (little horses). We didn't see any fisherman out on them but there was one person out for a paddle, in the breakers, alongside the surfers.
Back in Trujillo, we walked back to hostel to quickly change and headed out for dinner. After walking round the town a few times, looking for a nice place, we ended up in old colonial building, Casona Deza, for some delicious pizza.
... food (sorry Mr H), we ended up in an old diner on the main square, with small wooden booths. This place specialised in one food: chicken. But it also did great chips. Mr H somehow managed to eat half of a massive chicken and chips with a side salad, whilst I had an egg butty and chips. (South American food sounds amazing, doesn't it? Sometimes, I feel just like Shirley Valentine, minus the dodgy perm.) The next day, we had scrambled eggs for breakfast (another trip to ...
By 11pm gave up attempting sleep as shouting whiny neighbour
declined to shut up & let other people sleep – bunged on the TV to try
& blot her out but had to have it really high. Finally quiet by midnight
but then the stupid cow starts up again at 2am.
Found a decent breakfast at 9am before heading off to Huanchaco,
the seaside resort for all of Trujillo it seemed!
... a night for a room with private bathroom & WIFI.
Meals: $3 - $4
Water: $1 for a litre
Bus: $0.50 - $1.50 for single
Chan Chan Ruins Entry: $4 each
Taxi to Chan Chan Ruins: $4
Average Daily Spend per person: $26
Transport there for both of us: $65 night bus from Mancora
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $120