Paganini 1019, 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


... place, and we never seemed to get our bearings here. The main square, called (you guessed it) the Plaza de Armas, was spacious and surrounded by brightly coloured buildings, but wasn't half as pretty as some of the other squares we have seen in South America. We wandered around the main pedestrian streets, some of which have old colonial buildings on them, but the place was pretty unremarkable as a whole. We also took a visit to the local market. These are usually ...

Punta Sal to Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... and time goes pretty quickly so we can't complain. We reached our destination at around 8pm and both decided to upgrade as it was camping again and it was only a small fee of around £2. The young lively group went out for dinner, and had a few drinks as it was friday night. It wasn't the busiest of towns however we managed to find a bar with 241 cocktails and a pool table in. We had a knock out competition and Kerry won. Girls rock or I guess it could have been beginners ...

Discovering Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... took the last two remaining matremonials (double bed for two). The hostal ended up being a great choice, since the wifi was extraordinary faster, the owners were extremely helpful with advice, and they also had the rooms cleaned everyday! To be honest, it was a score! I highly recommended it if you can get a good price.

Like My Friend, Oceano also had a Restaurant, but they did not price things together with the hostal, so you have to pay for ...

Trujillo and its pre columbian ruins

A travel blog entry by candcthai


... a young girl!) . We learn from our guide that once again it is a civilisation that seemingly focused upon religion, the afterlife and human sacrifice. Perhaps if they had concentrated more on the here and now, the Incas may not have found it so easy to come in an conquer them? It is incredible to think that this city was constructed entirely of mud bricks and has lasted for centuries. As we walk through the reconstructed ruins it leads us down to a square lagoon beyond which is ...

Peruvian Fishing Village

A travel blog entry by lynanddon


Our journey next took us down the northern coast of Peru to the town of Huanchaco, once a small fishing village to the original indigenous people who worshiped the moon and a golden fish called HuacaTaska. It eventually became the main fishing port to the pre-Columbian eras of the Moche, Chimu, and Inca people. Today the town is very popular with surfers however our focus was on the amazing pre-Columbian Chimu ruins called Chan ...


This hotel, located on Paganini 1019, Trujillo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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