Huanchaco Inn Hospedaje
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... do with a late night last night; part of it has to do with an old timer who has been off his food for five months.
Will I do this again next winter? Quite possibly, but today the real Paul is not around: the old fellow was there when I woke up.
Nonetheless what a great time these last few weeks and last night. What great people these Peruvians. I have said goodbye to many of them and have experienced the warmth of their farewell wishes. For the most part they are ...
... them if you want to continue on your journey compared to Patagonia where many of the places had bypass roads. By going through towns, this definitely increased the travel time. As we drove we ended up driving through a sand dune area. We had definitely increased in elevation as it was quite misty and foggy outside. Then we came down and travelled along the shore for most of the day. At one of the places we stopped to use the bathroom, we saw ...
... in Canada far far away that dope wasn’t going to save the world. Sure I would smoke every day for the rest of my life and drop acid once a week but the world somehow – how I could not explain – had problems of inextricable proportions.
I told the story about the three guys I met in Wisconsin who were ripped beyond belief. They told me what they had taken. Drunk, and on meth-amphetamines, acid and whatever else, they could scarcely talk through ...
... 8211; and made a disparaging comment about Michelle. So I said what a stupid thing to say and I left. (Do you suppose the heat is getting to me? And I’m off my Ayurvedic diet.) These folks were just doing this stuff because that is what they do. I think I be doing a lot more of calling them on their nonsense. Kinda fun. But the beer she was drinking sure looked good.
Glad to be here,
April 24th, ...
... that the temples have really stood the test of time and are wonderfully preserved. In the photos, nothing has been restored or touched up. Everything is as it was found in the mid 90s when the ruins were discovered. Sadly, much of the Sun temple was destroyed when the Spanish invaded in the 1500s.
Chan Chan was a massive citadel in the big city of Trujillo. The Peruvians have restored some of the ...