Hostal La Rivera
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... were used for fishing, made from bamboo. Many surfers were strewed about in the water, as the waves got pretty high and very strong. We found a little restaurant that had multiple levels and we had a beer there as we monitored the beaches. We found a market area (all the street markets sold the exact same cloths and jewelery, unfortunately) and walked through it only to come out to a nice little patio with umbrellas and we grabbed ...
- Chiclayo (Montsefu and Santa Rosa beach)
Big museum to do and a nice quiet beach.
Met Juan in the bus who show me around the town. We shared the same political ideas more or less. He gave me some clandestine newspapers called : La bandeja roja and luchar.
A nice Street with many historical street art.
Visit of the big archeological site called ChanChan, temple del Sol and de la Luna
These archeological sites were built before ...
... courses and juice. Went to Museo» Tumbas» Reales» de» Sipán. An excellent exhibition of relics from the archaeological dig at Sipan, showing the burial tombs of The Lord of Sipan and others. Moche culture which was pre-Incan. Taxi to the bus station at Chiclayo. Bus to Trujillo. Mini-bus to ...
... in English, unfortunately we did not have a great amount of time here and were ushered out before we got to see the whole museum. Next stop was the Las Huacas del Luna y Sol Temples, you are allowed to walk around the Luna Temple but only gaze at the Sol Temple. We presume it is too fragile for people to walk on and possibly restoration work has not taken place in the temple. Which is a pity as it is has seven levels and is Peru's largest ...
... that Peru is slowly making the transition to large bus terminals to house all companies, such as in other countries, which meant that we found ourselves well out of town and with no idea where we were! The girl at the 'information centre' was unable to provide us with a map, or show us on our map where the terminal was, or even provide us with a pen to write down bus numbers! Hence we were forced to take a taxi to the junction where we would take a collectivo to Huanchaco.
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