Casa Andina Select Chiclayo
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... wrong with our bus, but a bridge collapsed little bit because the Rio Grande went up after one night of rain.
It was incredible to see everyone, getting out, taking up their luggage and walking....without being sure of what is it going to happen in this fare.
We tried to stay together, with the people of our bus but we spilled up. Eventually, we managed to find another bus who went to our direction, it was a mess that night.
Conclusion, we were walking ...
... the previous month Luke (from Lundun!) had taught the glass, and a few words they had picked up his distinct cockney pronunciation. Luke had told me and Michael about this instant, and a few days after telling us Michael had a class with the same lady and she gave another example, (again light floaty sweet voice) instead of saying a piece of bread, can I say.... A slyyyyyyyce of bread.
At times I did struggle to get the language over, or rather they would forget what ...
... we get Spanish classes 8.30 to 12.45 with a break in the middle, so 4 hours a day of Spanish class, I would like to think I'm making progress. Although the first two weeks were a tad frustrating, some things that I had been saying for months turned out to be wrong, so trying to re-learn things was a tad difficult, and still continues to be. My first two weeks, I'm with Luke, and a German girl Sophia, we start off from basic, which at first I was a bit miffed given I got ...
... divinely appointed (or at least that is the way the rich and dominant class wanted it understood). We then went to a local restaurant for a variety of Peruvian menus - including duck, goat and chicken. We returned to Chiclayo by taxi and bought our tickets by bus for Cajamarca on Tuesday morning. Back in Chiclayo we had a rest at the Santoyo house and there went to the home of Rosa and ...
... a eroded mountain.
In the Huaca was the tomb of the Lord of Sipan, now in the Museum, so there is now a replica. When a Pecassa, kind of leguaan had fallen in the tomb and could not get out by itself, so it took three staff to catch the animal and release it outside, in the meantime making a mess of the exhibit.
In the hotel we organised a drink on the occasion of my birthday, which was good ...