El Gran Marquez Hotel & Spa
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- Toby took the initiative and decided that we should go and visit some random old temple thingys (which were not random at all btw). After a slow start (swiftly becoming a regular occurrence on this trip) we set off. There were two buses to catch to get to the temples, the first, your more standard bus, however, uncomfortably full, and also we paid more than everyone else (we're taking pennies, but still, peak.) This was ...
... if I could sing and play I would but writing would have to do. That writing was a lonely business and I liked reading to audiences. And we talked about that and how he loved to feel his audience. Yes.
What a night. I packed up at 12 30. Hugs, goodbyes and well wishes all around. Prior to this Cynthia had wandered out her room and into the common area in her pjs. I could see she was sick. I gave her a hug. ‘You are young you will be better in the morning.’ She ...
After that it is to be a flight from Montreal to Vancouver and bus from Vancouver to Kamloops where I will go swimming with granddaughters and give them horsie rides around the yard and play Go Fish, and hide and seek. I will have my car again. Far prior all this taking place the travel blogging will be long over.
I have wondered about next winter after Christmas and had thought about a Greece – Turkey outing. I’ve also considered Panama and Central ...
... of the Incas.
Everything is so dry and it is so hot. It is a desert landscape around.
The bad thing while visiting the museum is that they have nothing from their cultural discovered. Everything from them is located in our museum, the one in Europe.
I wish they could have some of their objects or treasure that colonial found and brought home.
I changed three times of hostal as they were very basic without a kitchen to use. ...
... was a relief to find the dutch owned vegetarian cafe in Huanchaco which even had soy coffee (I was a very hapoy bunny). The next day we decided to experience the ruins via local transport rather than taking a tour, & after a couple of very squished rides (imagine standing, doubled over in a combi for 30mins), we arrived at Huaca del la luna - a 1000 yr old pile of rocks which were once the temple for the ...