El Brujo Hotel
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... sight the anicent structures. it was worth visited that sites.
Thirdly, Caught the mircobus (1.50 soles) back to city of Trujillo then changed the microbus (1.50 soles) to Chan Chan Archaeology Site which I was missed to take me off amd continues to town of Huanchaco where is the popular tourist beach. I stared at the sight of town it was beautiful and good weather at that time, perfect head in the water on the South Pacific Ocean. I stayed in the van where I wanted to ...
... We are led to two policemen. After explaining the situation of the previous day, we drive to a Police Station. Nobody speaks English, fortunately Google translation was there. They show us some photos of known con-artists. Guess what, "Jose" as he goes by name only to tourists is one of them. So for the sum of 850 soles, 650 were fake. Five hours later we are returned to our hotel. Drained, we eat and go to bed. Terry is angry with himself for not having ...
... ended, cigar-shaped totora boats called caballitos (little horses). We didn't see any fisherman out on them but there was one person out for a paddle, in the breakers, alongside the surfers.
Back in Trujillo, we walked back to hostel to quickly change and headed out for dinner. After walking round the town a few times, looking for a nice place, we ended up in old colonial building, Casona Deza, for some delicious pizza.
... partly because I didn’t want to miss the celebrations of Independence Day in the capital. Unfortunately it turned out that Peruvian Independence Day is not much of a celebration and is more of an excuse to take several Independence Days off work and results in a deserted city where there is nothing to do because everything is closed.
So I finally gave up on Lima and the Rio Carnival-type festivities I had imagined, and boarded a bus bound for Trujillo with my ...
... is. (It's nealy the same size as Trujillo itself, which is home to 1m people.) We roamed around the Palace, which contained various courtyards, parade grounds, living quarters, temples, burial sites and a huge artificial pond. We were amazed at the lattice work walls and carvings of fish and birds, which have been partially restored, and stopped by the pond to enjoy our lunch of empanadas and Philadelphia cheese sandwiches (during which time we spotted a huge iguana ...