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... bird design on a weaves bag I might go bag for that we have not seen before. We decided to head towards the shopping mall as we have run out of a few things and we wanted to pick up something for breakfast the next day. We walked towards it passed many staring people to buy shampoo and conditioner. It's still a nice feeling to walk through a shopping mall after so long. After dinner we booked our tours for the next day. We are heading out to Cumbe Mayo a set of ...
I got a 10am bus from Trujillo with Transaportes Lineas. We were suppose to arrive at 5:00pm. At 5:30pm we broke down, apparently only 15 minutes away from our destination, Cajamarcas. We all got out and waited on the mountain road side for 1 hour.... Then a 4x4 arrived and I watched as it looked like they were pouring in ...
Another day of sightseeing.
First stop Church of San Francisco. A lovely stone carved church, with stain glass windows.
Then El Cuarto del Recate, where the last Inca leader was imprisoned. He paid a ransom of a room full of the gold and 2 of silver.
After the ransom was paid he was taken to the main square and strangled.
Finally a museum with Inca artifices.
That's enough for today.
... travelling in South America they decided to block my card for possible
fraudulent activity – completely stupid as I have been making manual payments
to cover some transactions and been logging in frequently and have not reported
any issues – IDIOTS!
Then they insisted on reading out every single transaction I
had made or not been able to make for the last month and getting me to agree
that it was my transaction. This ...
... the rock to be used to keep the bones of ancestors. These are way pre-Incan in origin.
We have come to Otuzco, our last swing before returning to Lima to prepare for our return to Canada, to visit with two friends from my previous life. Muriel Buckley worked in Km 13 when I first went to Peru. Rita Coumont worked in Chincha Baja. Both are teachers and were the head catechists of both parishes; if the priests would ever admit ...