Hotel Laguna Seca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... met a bus head on right on a blind bend, we both managed to stop and after my heart had calmed down i backed the bike up and the bus squeezed by and went on its way.
At the end of the day we were all knacked
Standard arrival in the dark however this time no hotel booked took the first option we found at 4* on the square not my choice this time. ...
... had a cold shower and headed off to look around Cajamarca. We started in the plaza looking at the churches and then went inside the San Francisco church. There is a museum at the back where the Inca King Atahaulpa was held captive by the Spanich invaders. The story here is that there were 2 brothers and the Incan empire was split between them the north held by Atahaulpa and the south by his brother. The Spanish convinced Atahaulpa to kill his brother and they ...
... other sea goes to the Pacific. Even though the Pacific is a lot closer.
Then back to town for lunch. I thought about walking to the bus station to book my ticket to Chachapoyas. So I just had a long lunch.
Then it was off for my afternoon tour of Ventanillas de Otuzco.
First we started at a very wobbly bridge, the went across a fast moving river, with ...
... a bus terminal though!
Many operators at least in close proximity but who is going to pay 4 soles out
there and 4 back in a taxi to book a bus ticket that costs less than 8 soles –
madness! The locals phone but the bimbo in the office was a waste of space so
will just have to show up early and hope for a seat.
Wasted an hour trolling around town looking for a decent
affordable hotel – yet another place with ...
We were given an early breakfast by Graciela, and then at 6:30 am Renan went out to get us a taxi to the bus terminal in Chiclayo. The bus was scheduled to leave at 7 am but this was not a first class bus so it left a bit late and it stopped anywhere to pick up extra passengers along the way. Mid-morning we stopped for about 25 minutes at a "restaurant" of sorts, we bought some oranges and Oreo cookies. The trip from a cross roads where ...