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The very best road in Peru lies between Lima and Chimbote. 4 lanes of perfect bitumen through an empty desert. Nothing but gigantic sanddunes and mountains to the right, every now and then a glimpse of the ocean to the left. Virtually no one on the road but the roadworkers, most women who are completely covered in fluorescent suits, with helmets, sunglasses and dustmasks. Sometimes a convoy of fueltankers or other trucks comes from the opposite direction, sometimes a bus. Am I the ...
... welcoming, and was a working farm. If we were lucky and the owner had time (as we had no reservations), we would be taken a horseback temple tour the next day. I found out the reason Adrian was volunteering there was that his wife and he were planning on traveling to Machu Piccu but she passed last year, so he wanted to make this a special trip in her memory. He was of tremendous assistance to us and a pleasure to speak with.
We wanted to head ...
... other questions with them and do a revision of other things. SUPER DIFICIL! (Super Difficult). In the last week, I could see improvement with most students, I had taught them some English, but now it was exam time, and I was not hopeful. I briefed them about some exam technique, in Spanish as the content was too advanced, so that they got the idea. I supervised them during the exam, and had to give them big pointers that something was wrong and get them to re-read it. A common theme ...
... apart from 2 sick
rare spectacled bears that were in a big enclosure, a baby fox that hung around
where we had a snack looking for scraps, and some snakes and frogs in glass
cases in an enclosure and as we were leaving the park, a deer. We arrived back
in Chiclayo in the early afternoon so got the driver to drop us off at the big
shopping centre so we could have a coffee before the walk back to our hotel
I picked up at bus at 17:00 yesterday.
There were lots of bus, but the 17:00 is the earliest, that gets in a good time. It's a 15 hour bus ride.
I arrived in Chiclayo at 07:30.
The plan was to start sightseeing, but I think I need a few days off from visiting stuff