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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... been sold an English tour and we missed a lot of descriptions by the guide due to our very limited Spanish. As a result when we got back to the office, Aoife successfully demanded a full refund which was a good result. They tried their best to give us back a ********** refund but she got the job done..
We didn't feel too confident about carrying our camera around the city so there is a lack of pictures of the centre itself. We sent in the ...
... I would just be served a plate of rice, which would quickly become boring. Who knows though, because Kory seemed to get ill from a meal that we prepared ourselves on the camp stove, in the hotel bedroom the night before.
When we set off the sun was already high and the ground was baking. The wind had already made it to a noticeable level but wasn't as bad as it gets in the afternoon, so we were hoping to get most of the cycling done as quickly as we ...
A long drive day and a bush camp on the edge of a deep valley, barely avoided being blown away trying to get the tent down in the morning.
Small Peruvian towns seem to me to be dull and depressing. Everything is monochrome.