Saint Germain Hotel

Junin 585, Trujillo, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trujillo

Off the tourist path

A travel blog entry by jcrane


We were introduced to Peruvian culture and cuisine in the former colonial town of Trujillo, an hour's flight north of Lima. Trujillo is a laid-back town, with a very young population who seems to spend most of their time walking up and down the main pedestrian shopping street or driving taxis around town and honking as though to stop would result …


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... in a
wastepaper basket full of vanish – not seen a sink plug in months – I returned
to try and find the place where the colectivos stop. Crammed in with the world
and his wife and was charged gringo price, but for once didn’t kick up as it
was 50c rather than 30!

Of course, the sol pyramid was closed for renovation and the
museum was charged separately, so it was 10 soles just to get into ...

Big ocean waves in Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

... Huanchaco, the waves are very big and surfing is a huge sport. The beach is right across the street from our hostel and I can always hear the waves crashing from our room. At dinner last night, a band was playing songs so loud we couldn't even talk. We had a fun day yesterday and I couldn't wait until today.


Huanchaco, Chan Chan and Trujillo

A travel blog entry by lynsey_and_john


... There wasn't any obvious signs of where the entrance was from the bus, so we just told the driver we wanted to go there, so hopefully they'll tell us which place to get off the bus at. Chan Chan was built by the Chimu Empire around the 15th C, and was the largest pre-Colombian city before falling to the Incas. It was located in the river valley of Moche or Santa Catalina. The remains of the city shows their layout as a political and social strategy, which is emphasized ...

One week

A travel blog entry by evelyn.11


Well everyone, I finally did it. Here is a blog. Now if you couldn't tell already.... keeping a blog is not my thing. BUT this will be a good process and learning tool for me to use. So get ready for infrequent updates and a lot of spelling/grammatical errors.  Anyways, it's been a full week of me being here! And by here I mean Peru at the orphanage.  So far it's been a crazy roller coaster of experiences:

  • When I landed in Peru the airplane ...


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