Media Luna Hotel
Travel Blogs from Trujillo
... right. My thought that $16 was too cheap was valid although I don't think it was worth $60. Oh well, the joys of traveling.
Back at the ship we had lunch and relaxed for the rest of the day. In the evening we hooked up with several people we know and played Team Trivia in "Martinis". WE WON! Tomorrow we will be at sea on our way to Ecuador. I am spending some time in the spa getting a facial and a mani/pedi while Randy does the laundry. It's his ...
... know what is in there, you will have to go yourselves.
Once we had done the museum we headed over to the Temple of the Moon … or Huaca de la Luna in Spanish. We were put into a group of people who were being guided in Spanish only. This was a bit disappointing because we didn’t get to learn much more about the site, but there were a few sign boards around in English that helped a little. The temple and decorations we could see were ...
... free phone chip from a female vendor (so far the women fancy my question mark, or maybe I am making sense in Spanish. Either way I am pretty pleased.
Enough with me, let's talk about Trujillo. A modern, hip, stylish city of about a million inhabitants. KFC, Radioshack, hipsters in the street, high heels it was all happening, and once I arrived at the Plaza everything SSS thrown back to around the 17th century. The Spanish colony was everywhere. With a big ...
... her baby brother were trying to sleep!!!) Bit awkward - so we rigged up our own shower. Andy fortunately had done all the installing in Chachapoyas, and it works really well….. But the campsite is right near the sea, and at night we go to bed with the sound of the waves. Gorgeous….. ! There is a pair of peacocks in a hok here, and 2 big tortoises that wander around the garden. The only other campers are a young ...
To backtrack a bit, I guess I should give you guys some information about why I even came to Peru in the first place. After loving my experience living in Central America, I decided I wanted to continue along the Latino trail to South America. After searching and applying to a couple different positions over a couple months, I found a position with a non profit organization in Trujillo. This organization recruits English speaking volunteers to ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking