Saint Germain Hotel

Junin 585, 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


... food (sorry Mr H), we ended up in an old diner on the main square, with small wooden booths. This place specialised in one food: chicken. But it also did great chips. Mr H somehow managed to eat half of a massive chicken and chips with a side salad, whilst I had an egg butty and chips. (South American food sounds amazing, doesn't it? Sometimes, I feel just like Shirley Valentine, minus the dodgy perm.) The next day, we had scrambled eggs for breakfast (another trip to ...

Boy racer gets us back

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... at what to do in this new place at 4.30am. After finding an official taxi driver, we were charged double the locals rate and dropped off outside our hotel - note hotel not hostel - as the hotels have 24 hour receptions and the hostels don't. We were really fortunate and could check in straight away allowing us to have a few hours kip before waking up and finding out there was no hot water, oh well a quick cold shower it is them! We once again successfully used ...

Discovering Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... we will miss you Tiki Man!

The whole of Huanchaco resides along the banks of half moon bay facing north, with the surf break point running southward; the waves subsequently breaking left. The town crawls up along the headlands, with a church and cemetery residing at the top of the desert mountain from which you can see the entire town of Huanchaco and the vastness the prevails northward. The town has steadily crept northward, year by ...

Home Alone Peru style

A travel blog entry by evelyn.11


Well guys it's been another week, and I kinda don't even know what really happened.  The first couple of days were a blur, same ol' same ol'. Our weekly meeting with staff went well, except for the fact they our director had a pop quiz about our mission and vision of the orphanage and he would read the questions out and I could barely pick up what he was saying so of course I didn't even know what he was asking, haha. Oh well. Makes me all the more want ...

Trujillo and its pre columbian ruins

A travel blog entry by candcthai


... dish. We return to the hotel where, thankfully, the power is on but not the hot water. The Spanish phrase "no hay aqua caliente" is one which should be embedded into the vocabulary of anyone visiting South America! Suitably cleansed, we head of in search of food and end up in Pollo Asado place for chicken, chips and a jug of Chicha Morada, a soft drink make by soaking purple corn and pineapple skins in water for a few days then adding lime juice, sugar, cinnamon and cloves. ...


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