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A Travel Blog entry by nonlinear from Tumbes, Peru
... actually meant a toilet with no toilet seat and probably one of the scarier showers that we have seen. It did have cable TV so all was not lost, but I would say that I would not stay there again. Tumbes was pretty much a stopping point and nothing ...
A Travel Blog entry by aborder from Tumbes, Peru
... . This is how run down it is. The poor little mut even tried to board our bus! About ten minutes later, we arrive tin Tumbes. I jump straight into a Tuk Tuk vehicle, and off to Hotel Tumbes. I manage to agree with the driver to meet me at the ...
A Travel Blog entry by phil-marie2010 from Tumbes, Peru
... in Peru. We didn't want to stay in Guayaquil as it’s just a big city with nothing to do. We finally arrived in Tumbes after crossing the border from Ecuador into Peru at 10 pm and headed to a hostal for the night. Looking back at our short travels ...
A Travel Blog entry by vine_hooligans from Tumbes, Peru
... . All of a sudden a taxi or rather an unmarked car arrived and we were told the price would be Soles 20 (about $8) to Tumbes, which sounded fair as the taxi would wait for us at immigration and then take us to get a bus to Mancora. I was a little ...
A Travel Blog entry by stubo from Tumbes, Peru
No bus till 1pm so stuck in Tumbes for 3 hours. It could be worse though, Tumbes is a nice colourfull town and SO different from Quito. I changed a little money, used the internet a bit and killed the time. I only had an Icecream so over 30 hours now with ...
A Travel Blog entry by adutton from Tumbes, Peru
... more fauna but unfortunately we did not see many birds but we had a delicious meal on an island with many local tourists. In Tumbes there was not much to see, we continued thought the desert to Chiclayo. Chiclayo is no special place but around the area ...
A Travel Blog entry by ownio from Tumbes, Peru
Our rickety bus dropped us in the border town of Tumbes (and almost left with our bags), in what was very clearly a transitory town….. so we took the feedback and made a short overnight stop before moving again. Midnight hunger set in after the ...
A Travel Blog entry by stevecarroll from Tumbes, Peru
... bus over the boarder to Machilla, Ecuador (a direct bus over the boarder is the only way to go. Take separate buses/taxis to and from the boarder and you´ll get fleeced by con artists), os we had to stay a night in Tumbes and leave the next ...
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