LP Hotel Piura
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Huancabamba deep in the Andes. Yesterday saw the long hard climb up to 3000 feet. We rarely made more than ten kilometre per hour and our trusty steed was definitely grumbling. I will be posting lots of piccys when I can get them to transfer from my camera, and and language I could use can not describe the breath taking scenery. Near the top of the mountain we stopped for a snack and were given a drink that all travellers on the mountain ...
... mototaxi ( believe me, by this time she was well sunk in and took a lot of moving). Back to the other track and after a few stalls and sinks I managed to find firmer ground and was well away. Then disaster struck again, the track disappeared and we seemed to have entered a wood with many tracks, where do I go Paddy I shouted (on sand you need to keep the vehicle moving) paddy shouted left, Karen shouted right I got my wheels caught in soft sand and lost control. ...
... being thrown back and forth in the seat. I am sure, at least, Sophia would have been really sick had she not slept through it. I also managed to dose of until I was awoken at 3.30 am by the Peruvian border. The crossing was really easy and uneventful and the girls could continue sleeping while I handled the paperwork for all of us. At 7 am we arrived in Piura where we just needed our backs to transfer to another bus station and continue ...
... safe in the room. Since we were in no hurry to leave we spent the morning watching 102 Dalmatian's and then Finding Nemo. Our selection was limited to shows that were in English.
We had to leave the hotel at noon because of the checkout. We got breakfast from the supermarket... a banana with a cheese sandwich. We ate breakfast on a bench next to the main road. The road was closed to cars so the kids were able to ride their bikes and play around. The next four hours ...
"Right, once everyone else is back sat on the bus, we'll give you a sign and you can hurry over and squeeze in. Keep your heads down if the Police walk past".
So went the first experience on Peruvian soil.
To get from Cuenca (Ecuador) to Piura (Peru), it was advertised as a simple, single bus journey. However, after 20 hours in transit, I didn't experience this.
It started well enough for the eleven of us on the coach, reaching the border crossing at 1.30am. ...