Pullman Hotel

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

Witch is why I have stayed so long in Peru

A travel blog entry by ggoat on Oct 08, 2015

24 photos

... first and only so far of such a high ranking woman in any American culture of the time. When she died, it seems that it was women, not men, who were sacrificed with her, along with a whole heap of gold and other finery. Her clearly visible tattoos almost made me want to get one.

After the museum I walked around the fantastic nearby temple complex. Actually it is more accurate to call it a series of temple complexes, as successive ...

Day 24: Surfer The Consequences

A travel blog entry by gregros on Aug 20, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... cross. It was obviously used for processions, but was a little scary. Huanchaco sights completed, we returned once more to our hotel. We decided to forgo the group meal this evening as we'd read about a great little sushi restaurant just behind our hotel. We were unsure if it would be open, but we took the risk and luckily it was. It was quite a small place and the European chef was very friendly. He prepared six different rolls for us whilst sipping a pisco sour. We ...

Babushka Pyramiden in der Wüste

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 22, 2015

15 photos

... to buy. The old one was unfortunately too much thrown on the floor once on the trip, so you could see on the display not only a single spider's web, but only black color. In local shopping center I would find and was again mobile accessible. Apart from the hostel was still an office of a tour organizer. There I booked for the next day a tour to various attractions. In the evening, a dance festival in the Plaza de Armas by a local dance group even took ...

Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix, New Orleans in the 60s

A travel blog entry by paulcolver on May 15, 2015

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Tentatively, they propose the idea that they cook lunch for me on Monday instead of going out for lunch. I report that I wanted to ask for them to cook lunch rather than going out but was reticent to ask. We enjoy warm heartfelt laughter.

I arrive Monday. It is the hostel the German fellow and I looked over upon arriving in Huanchaco – the one run my Luis the surfer. Surfboards and bikes adorn the entry way and lean against walls. The walls are painted ...


A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Apr 28, 2015

... things work out for him. I’ll miss him, and his mum and his dad.

We shook hands and I went back to my hostel for a shower and meditation. Rested up I hoofed back down to the beach to watch the surfers and the sunset. I brought a bag of peanuts and bought two mandarins on the way – 24 cents. Sat on a rock on the beach and watched the sun set though a thick swath of clouds. To say that the color was a deep neon orange conveys not an inkling of what I saw. ...