El Escudero Lodge
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... washing and someone began drying.
Ernesto began playing his guitar, slowly and quietly but presently he was lost, playing passionately, playing beautifully, singing a wide range of notes some high and angelic, other quick and definite. I was quite stunned. In my view he is the full package. We talked. I told him he was incredible. He thanked me and was a bit shy about the compliment but he knows he is good – part of being the full package. It was then that he told ...
... for Montreal. I will visit my mother, and some of my brothers and sisters in Plattsburgh. My cousin Andrew McKenna, who has just published his book Sheer Madness, will bring his mother (my mum’s sister) to Plattsburgh for a brief visit. Andrew and I hope to get out for a bite to eat to talk about our writing and so forth. Eventually our mums will no doubt need to be dragged apart.
I can’t imagine any of those times as something to post though they will no doubt be ...
The person at the front desk in our B&B in Huanchaco suggested that we buy our airplane tickets in Trujillo so we hopped on a stuffed collectivo (minibus) and headed off. The door guy (responsible for collecting passengers and their fares) pointed us in the direction of the Plaza de Armas where LAN (Lima Airlines) was located. On the way we met a polite gentleman who said that he hoped we were enjoying our visit to his country. I thought it was a ...
- Chiclayo (Montsefu and Santa Rosa beach)
Big museum to do and a nice quiet beach.
Met Juan in the bus who show me around the town. We shared the same political ideas more or less. He gave me some clandestine newspapers called : La bandeja roja and luchar.
A nice Street with many historical street art.
Visit of the big archeological site called ChanChan, temple del Sol and de la Luna
These archeological sites were built before ...
... sense of the grandeur of this place in its heyday. An accompanying museum included in the price of admission helped to flesh out some of the history and the scale of the civilisation that built cities in the desert. Using irrigation, lots of fishing they were able to survive for several centuries before climate changes made their way of life no longer possible. These people were the Chimu. Their city spread across a large swathe of the Moche ...