Pullman Hotel

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

Nuclear testing zone? No, it's the Chan Chan!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

94

... had to cook them ourselves. She then disappeared into her lounge, ferreted around for a bit, and then returned with 4 eggs, which she no doubt keeps locked in a safe the rest of the time. So, whilst we waited for our eggs to boil, the crazy lady told us all about her own travels and more about her daughter studying in Brazil (who, we noted, didn't seem to come home and visit too often...). After breakfast we showered and then set off for a walk around the town. It was ...

Punta Sal to Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by kezzah16

5

... and the priests. The jewellery was amazing which they had reconstructed and also all the armour which they wore was all very detailed and very expensive looking. It was surprisingly more interesting than we anticipated and we even got to see preserved real life skeletons which was a little freaky. It was a pretty boring day apart from this small tour but I guess we have to have these to be able to travel from one place to the next to see all the amazing places. The truck is always ...

Discovering Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy

1
18

... that we wanted something a little quieter, and for me, something with a toilet seat (no offense My Friend). We took some time trying to find something with availability and something suited the girls' likings. Eventually we found Oceano Hostal just two blocks from My Friend, which offered spacious rooms, great bathrooms! a quiet atmosphere and a agreeable view of the ocean (great for checking the waves everyday all day). The price was perfect as well, ...

Wankchaco

A travel blog entry by ginatonic

7

... and dogs were all expected to die with him. Their feet would be chopped off to prevent them escaping and they would be put into a burial chamber with poison and buried alive, the poison was not guaranteed to kill them and often didn't so they would suffocate to death. I would love to come back to this area in 20-30 years to see the difference as I believe the area to be in a constant state of change with development of the new, and the discovery and preservation of the old at its ...

Trujillo and its pre columbian ruins

A travel blog entry by candcthai

25

... royal compounds) all of which contained a huge wealth of gold, most of which was stolen when the Spanish sacked the cities. Each city contained a massive funerary mound in which was found many ceramic funerary offerings, jewellery etc. as well as the remains of many, many young girls offered as sacrifices. Wandering around the site with our guide and two Canadians we gain a very good impression of what life may have been like for these people back in the day (probably not greats ...

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