Hacienda San Vicente
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... the roof, to avoid this inane drivel.
We arrived in Cajamarca by teatime. Unusually, we hadn’t booked any accommodation in advance, since the choice online was both dreadful and expensive. Luckily, the choice, as we shopped around the Plaza de Armas, was better and cheaper. We plucked for the Hostal de los Jazmines, a hostel that part-funds a local orphanage, but, selfishly or happily, whichever way you choose to look at it, had nice bathrooms ...
Hasn't rained for a couple of weeks but of course it did last night as I’d hung out my washing.
Despite this place looking well maintained the rain had dislodged a chunk of plaster on the colonial balcony en route to my 6am bathroom visit – stress, my bladder, cream unlined curtains, birds, passing drunks had all conspired to wake me up and prevent me dropping back off.
As still overcast, decided it was a good day for walking and visiting ...
... I was brought to my room which I shared with carolin Kaufman (German) and Kelsey Mulcahy (Los altos, California). I went for lunch with roger, Caroline and Marie to the pea loco. There were also 3 other French staying at incawasi (justine, Julien and coralie) but they were travelling over the weekend so I didn't meet them until the next day. I found the teaching quite challenging at the start as I found it hard to get the children's attention through my weak ...
I know I have schlepped my hiking boots halfway around the globe, and by that adding around 2 KG more to my total weight, but my Israeli pride pushes me sometimes to strap on my Shoresh sandals (Jesus sandals if you would like), and keep those boots in the room. Luckily for me, as I was leaving with Pharoh, Uphilee, and Sasha out of the door, Jose our host stopped me and told me to change to boots, because the descent to the bottom of the second ...
My next stop was Cajamarca, small town in the Andes at 2700 metres, north west of Trujillo. The road on the way up was great as the landscape was so barren. I saw people working in fields using sickles but I couldnt get a picture in time. We stopped off for a break halfway to get food. Its strange to me that the people didnt charge anymore for the bottle of water despite being in the middle of nowhere. Peru doesnt seem to hike up prices in these situations.
I felt the ...
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