Hostal Don Agucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sand boarders.
We stopped at Caxamarca, the Inca administrative centre for the region and home of the Inca representative. Part of the stone walls have been excavated and some of the adobe work reconstructed, showing a long corridor and part of a circular tower. There would also have been a palace, and steps to a temple of the sun. It is sad that a road has been built right through the middle of the site, ...
... co-pilot waited outside chatting. 30 more minutes they told us, then we heard him tell some ladies in Spanish that the storm cod last and hour or three. We did not end up taking off. Instead we were ushered back inside to wait as the sky might clear up in a couple of hours. We waited until 1pm when the pilots started going home, this was when we knew it was all over. Disappointed we got a refund for the airport tax and called our guy to come pick us up, yep he'd gone and left us ...
... much rain came. The people didn't cut their hair so the mummies all had long braids or dreadlocks, wrapped around their bodies in the tombs. Enough culture and adventure- now it's time to hit the beach! We arrived in the dark at about 19:00 to camp on the beach again, except this time it was chilly enough to need three layers if merino on the top half plus long pants plus socks and jandals! Things are going well - no changes to any if the tallies ...
... left me a bit disturbed. Grave robbers had been the first to discover these ancient burials and left the bodies and various items strewn about. Broken bones were still seen mixed in with the desert landscape. The climate of the region preserved the items for countless years but lack of finances did not allow for a proper preservation as you would see back home. Archeologists did some work to attempt to recreate ...
... before. The steep incline pulled me quickly down, reminding me of a super-powered sledding experience. What a blast! We climbed up another dune and this time went down as a group. Laughter and excitement were seen all over our faces.
We said our goodbyes to this incredible experience and gathered for lunch. It was just the fuel we needed to keep going. Our action packed day was nowhere near finished. A stop at a local winery had us scratching ...