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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo
I'm still moving very slowly. I eat a health bar & orange juice. Everyone tells me I look much better- I now have color- I was gray like the Lima sky yesterday.
We head out to Tucume- a vast adobe temple ruins built by Lambyeque people, but added onto by later civilizations- Chimu and then Inka. 26 temples in total. Dan was one of the …
I was awake most of the night- complete body purging. Crawled into breakfast- just tea and bread crumbs. Board the bs for the Nazca Regional Museum. Very quaint- some nice exhibits. First sighting of a Peruvian hairless dog in the parking lot- the ugliest dog I've ever seen. Right up there with the hairless cat.
Stomach still upset & I …
After breakfast with Pedro we traveled in his truck east of Chiclayo through what was once the huge hacienda of Pomalca. This is the area where Pedro was raised and later where he worked as a priest. Everywhere Pedro would point out the house of a cousin or a classmate from school. We were headed to Huaca Rajada, where there is a small museum and the excavation sites of "El Señor de Sipan" (SS) It was a bit ...
... about their situations and daily lives.
We will head back out on the bikes tomorrow and see what the Peruvian coastline has in store for us. We suspect it will be more desert landscapes but our map shows that there should at least be more small villages along the way. So, hopefully we have covered the largest stretch of barren desert and it will be a bit easier from now on, but we will see.
... to the bus terminal after sitting in a nice park for an
hour trying to SHOE away annoying locals who kept approaching me (Not
enjoying the locals so far) I walked into a nice church during a mass I
think and just enjoyed the peace, quit, and safety.
After ticking off all that was necessary in Chiclayo we found ourselves
waiting around for hours until we boarded our fancyish bus which served
us dinner and dessert on board before falling ...