Travel Blogs from Chiclayo
... are duck or chicken dishes. We finally found that we were able to order vegetarian noodles and vegetables.
On Sunday, we took a bus to Chiclayo from Piura. The bus is interesting because it is double decker. We sat on ...
Upon arriving into Chiclayo, a town surrounded by desert in
the Northwest of Peru (although I may have got my barings slightly wrong,
please excuse me if I have), I checked into an ecolodge that I had been given
the address for by a some fellow travellers that I met in Medellin
(Colombia). These travellers told me
that the owner of this hostel is an expert on holistic medicines and that only
down the road (20 mins on the bus from this hostel), was ...
... It was extremely hot at this location. 0310 - Struugling to make the climb!
0319 - view over the pyramid
Our final stop post lunch was the pride of Northern Peru, the impressive Museo Tumbas Reales de Sipan – 0322
No cameras were allowed in, so you'll just have to make the trip yourselves to view the contents...
The day was good, was great to get everything in, in the one trip. However we were not happy, ...
... a eroded mountain.
In the Huaca was the tomb of the Lord of Sipan, now in the Museum, so there is now a replica. When a Pecassa, kind of leguaan had fallen in the tomb and could not get out by itself, so it took three staff to catch the animal and release it outside, in the meantime making a mess of the exhibit.
In the hotel we organised a drink on the occasion of my birthday, which was good ...
... plaster between the ancient cities of Zaņa, Lambayeque and Morrope.
Another version claims that around the time that the city was founded, the area was home to a green-colored fruit called chiclayep or chiclayop which in the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking