Pullman Hotel

Address: Pizarro 879, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Day 52/164: Stage 42 Pacasmayo to Huanchaquito113m

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 31, 2015

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... bright and cheerful - and very accepting of being thrown out of the truck.....

Back on my bike and after another 10km or so on the rough track and managed to catch up with Mark and Nelson - even though I'd spent something like 25 minutes with the guy and truck. A bit miffed with them for not acting for me and when I didn't show up, then coming back to find out what the problem was. Turns out they hadn't missed me for a while. ...

Time at temples and 'moche' more

A travel blog entry by toby.lane on Jun 25, 2015

... a rarity still to this day haha England's so ******* cold compared to here) the mountain God was angry at them and they basically sedated people with mescalin from cactus' and chopped them up as offerings. Anyway, it was really cool, and we then went to the temple itself which was even cooler. The carpenters and painter guys did a frickin good job basically, some of the art work and engravings and stuff were still there (bearing in ...

Babushka Pyramiden in der Wüste

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 22, 2015

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... the monument Huaca Dragon o Arco Iris. This was a place where was traded earlier. Even today, the individual chambers can be seen where the relevant goods had been stored. Finally, now came the real highlight of this tour, the King plant Chan Chan. The once largest adobe city in the world previously housed up to 100,000 people. The city was the capital of the kingdom of Chimor or Chimun powerful as they were called. Within the city there is the ...


A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 13, 2015

... thanks for the energy (thoughts, prayers) of all her friends and family who love and nurtures her..

She is indeed wonderful.

The day is of course wonderful: both in that I am with these special people, and wonderful in the sense that what we see is astounding, and of course old man delusion has evaporated.

The driver drops us off at the Museo Huacas de Moche, tells us to take our time and drives off into the shade for an early morning siesta.

The ...


A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Apr 08, 2015

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An overnight bus took us 10hrs North along the coast to a fishing-surfing village called Huanchaco. We stayed in a really small bamboo lodge across the street from the beach with a really friendly laid-back atmosphere. The town was fairly quiet (we arrived just as Semana Santa celebrations were drawing to a close) and full of local life, not just tourism. The fisherman ride out to sea kneeling on ...