El Escudero Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... with the things that I typed to her...I knew most of it but had to look up words and phrases here and there. After a few days she tells me that she might come to Huanchaco after work one day and that we could meet up. I was planning on lying on the beach all day, but we agreed we could grab a late lunch. At this point, I ask her in jest how good her English is, because my Spanish is not as good when I'm speaking. She says my Spanish is great typing and I respond with something ...
A day to recover in Cusco after the excitement of the Sacred Valley and Macchu Picchu excursions and then on to Chiclayo in the north, more or less at sea level. Clearly Cusco was reluctant to let go of us as a cancelled plane to Lima saw us hanging round in the airport for 5 hours longer than planned, with a missed connection making for a late night rendez vous at our eventual destination in Chiclayo.
... and I went surfing for about 2 hours. The waves were decent but not too big. I caught some good waves before getting out. It was a challenge getting out though as the tide had dropped leaving heaps of shallow rocks to walk over before getting out.
We went to the Chocolate Cafe for lunch again which was amazing as usual. I got an all day breakfast thing which was super tasty. We later went to book a bus to Mancora with a new company called Oltursa. We booked full flat beds as ...
... a smaller bus, more like a van actually, known as a collectivo which was smelly and was accommodating about 25 in what was supposed to be a 15 seater. It was fine though. We arrived and bought tickets to both the museum and the temple tour (we intellectually invested, yo?) The museum was really cool - it basically sheds light on the race of people that lived there - and they were a really really ******* weird race. They were called ...
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May 9 and 11th, written May 14th, 2015
Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix, New Orleans in the 60s, Meditation, and the conclusion of the various continuations.
Our driver drives us to Chan ChiChun. I want a guide as I have toured the ruins without one and it was all Greek. The guide who finds us wants 40 S for an hour which is a lot given my Spanish tutor gets 15 but for some reason I don't give a thought ...