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... saw Kaye walking her bike - the Free Wheel mechanism had gone - not a part we are recommended to bring with us as not usually an issue - but that's the third one that's gone on this trip - Erwin as we dropped down into Medellin, Nick's on the convoy into Bogota I think, and now Kaye. Left her to be picked up by the White Lunch Bus that should pass her soon. I decided I'd better stop and take a photo or two, but Nelson and Mark didn't realise ...
... So they ran to the mountains and Staufen there the river which secured the water supply of the city of Chan Chan. After the surrender of the king Minchanzaman the Incas took the city. The king was deported to Cusco and the Chimor / Chimun were doomed. Interestingly, the Incas were the Palacio Tschudin untouched and altered only the icons in the city itself to their symbols. In the evening, Clara went and I still enjoy the nightlife of Trujillo until the early morning ...
Elsie too is laughing. Her eyes sparkle. Her eyes are wide and she is staring deeply into my eyes. It may be a look of appreciation for another chance to laugh yet there is a clear and unvarying code between men and women – and many young women would do well to learn it. A widening of the eyes even a bit means – unequivocally - I am interested, at least in talking further. A narrowing of the eyes – even a smidge – means I am not interested. ...
Re Peru, Sea Coast
April 24th, 2015
Not too much new to report from the beachfront.
I indicated in the last post that 'I've been here nearly 2 weeks and I’m not sure what is going to get me moving again.’
Well now I’ve been here three weeks and I’m not sure what is going to get me moving again.
I noticed in Zanzibar some years ago the great energy I felt when near the ocean and ...
I slept better but it was still so hot and uncomfortable. I got up pretty late and wanted a lazy day. Had breakfast, eggs again and headed to town for travel supplies. We had nothing much to for most of this day as we were taking a night bus and didn't need to be there until 7pm.
I wanted to spend time with the animals and follow Adrian around for his feeding duties. I watched how the animals all followed him when they knew he was going to feed them. First up were ...