Portada del Sol Hotel
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... Later in the afternoon I am at the beach again.
Usually the waves break, reach a point on the shore and then recede all pretty much over the same portion of beach – possibly over 3 meters of sand.
I took my sandals off and walked along the beach which was damp but pristine. As I walked for a few minutes I noticed a set of waves broke closer to where I was walking – the 2 or 3 meters of sand covered earlier was now maybe 5 or ...
... terminal in Trujillo at 4:30 a.m. Half of the passengers were met by family and the other half stayed in the terminal. I couldn't figure out why and asked the shirtless and sole employee if we could get a taxi. In Spanish (that I couldn't really understand) it was clear that he wanted us to wait. One by one, the remaining half of the passengers were picked up and left the terminal but the sole employee still insisted that we should wait. It became clear that he ...
... here and sat watching the beach people.
A nice day of wandering, after nightfall we visited the peer (as during the day they charged a fee to enter) and we walked down watching the locals fishing off the peer, dozens of them trowing lines into the ocean and catching little fish. We saw an entire family in awe of their uncle (possibly) and they would crowd around him every time he brought the net in. Overall a nice day, but hot.
... what is there.
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We are now back. The shuttle ride dropped us off to the main square in Trujillo, about a 30 minute ride. The bus was a double decker and the seats were like business class airline seats, very comfortable.
We saw their humble abodes as we drove along. Once in Trujillo, we headed to the main market area. We could not find street ...
... and breaking with equal enthusiasm while tapping the steering wheel to the sound of the loud rock music he had blaring. A young guy in a souped up old car getting to speed through the traffic to his favourite soundtrack and getting paid for it! How many boy racers at home would love that job? Once back the kettle went on and we chilled out watching a TV channel IN ENGLISH, whilst eating our take away chicken sandwiches, a nice way to unwind and something we haven't done for ...