The murals and adobe walls at the top were homens worth the climb.
The views from trujillo the top were glorious - procuram the Pacific Ocean with its rolling waves in houston one direction, and vibrant, green sugar cane fields in the other.I decided to procuram take a procura taxi from Chiclayo namorado to Trujillo.I found a very nice driver in Chiclayo who took me to the sights there for two solteira days.This review is procuram the subjective opinion of maduras a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.Driving between Chiclayo and Trujillo was worth it since I did not have to back-track.5 hours from Tujillo, as I saw El Brujo procura on the way.What a great taxi ride - and all for free.On my last morning in Chiclayo, I asked him to drive me to the bus station where I planned to take a bus to Trujillo.He was very interested in my life in America procura and asked me a thousand questions, which made time on the road pass quickly.He was like a kid in a candy store - wide eyed and captivated reading every contato plaque and studying every item. He had never been inside the museums of Chiclayo and when I found this out, houston I paid for his admission.
There is on-going archeological work.(Ha-Ha and a 100 tip procuro worth every penny!).We first went to procuram El Brujo.Then it was off mulheres to the benalmadena pyramid and its painted walls.Driving through the senoras tall sugar cane fields on a dirt road, made you think that incontri you were Indiana Jones discovering a lost city.It is quite a steep climb to the top and I was thankful to have a strong taxi driver half my age lend me a helping hand.Finally, we came upon the entrance homem to the site.Of course, he knew by now that I would tip him very well!SO, off we set on our adventure.I tell you this so you can novos put senoras into perspective how little the local people can appreciate the sights that we travel around the world to see. For just a few extra senoras dollars, I opened the doors to the museums he had only driven tourists to see inside.
He spoke no English, so I was forced to practice my Spanish.
The novos new museum is very small, but filled with interesting objects, including the mummy of the Senora de Cao.