Hotel Costa del Sol Trujillo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The little town only has a population of 161 citizens, so we got to spend the day on a nice, quiet beach, which was very enjoyable to us. After the relaxing, low-key day on the beach, we head into the small town to get dinner. We decide on the Restaurante Santa Maria del Mar. The restaurant was very fancy (which we ...
... from the approximate 10 million people in Lima.
Peru is divided into “departmentos” not states – Peru has 24 departmentos and Trujillo is the capital of Las Libertas departmentos. The town of Salaverry is the port town just outside of Trujillo where our ship docked. It’s an area noted for fishing and agriculture.
Our first objective was to go southwest on the South-American Highway towards the Sun ...
... a man who behaved like Lurch, the Addams Family butler, and a crazy cat which crawled all over me and my bag like Randall, the evil Monsters Inc character. It smelt like damp, paint and wet dog.
We ate a pathetically small meal at the recommended vegetarian restaurant next door. We screwed up our online bus booking so were forced to return to the bus station and ended up having to buy another ticket with a different company for the right day. We got a taxi to the ruins ...
... too spectacular. So we went past all the most important sights, had a look at a couple of souvenir shops and ended up having lunch before going on a one day trip to look at the pre inca ruins in the area. When waiting for our tour guide I ran into James again (the English guy who I had travelled to and around Lima with), who was now travelling with his boyfriend Henrik. We quickly set up a dinner date for Huanchaco before going our separate ways for the day. Once again we ...
... mix, but it worked well. We spent the rest of the evening playing cards and drinking a nice bottle of Peruvian wine (cheap at three pound fifty a bottle). We checked out of the hotel early the following day, after chatting to an English chap over breakfast about his travels around South America, and took a taxi to the bus depot. (No eggs this morning - the safe must have been empty!) We will report again from Cajamarca! Lots of love to everyone at home. Lyndsey & Martin x x ...