Hotel Costa del Sol Piura
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... The whole scene of somebody new trying to reason with the woman was repeated when a very nice and initially very sympathetic police lady came to assist, only to spend half an hour getting no sense out of her and eventually having to call for back up to physically carry her off the bus.
So eventually she had to admit defeat, but it had been a valiant effort on her part and great entertainment. So (sort of) thanks bus lady!
Short post tonight because John and I are currently on our 15 hour bus ride down to Lima. Believe it or not the bus has better WiFi than either of the hostels we have stayed at. More on the bus in a minute though...
The night in the hotel was pretty rough. John's pillow was some air trapped in a pillow case and mine was so hard that I could have taken someone out with it. John told me that I need to just get used to all the noise and lack of privacy. I'm working on it. Atleast I ...
... headed to an unconventional destination.
All the backpackers had disappeared. It was me, my rucsac and one big empty wasteland waiting in vain for the bus to turn up.
I had decided to go to Guamote because it was an indigenous villlage in the mountains, off the beaten track, and there was an interesting educational project there I wanted to visit, called Inti Sisa, or "Sunflower" in Kichwa.
After an hour of waiting, it turned out that the ...
... not aware of and they would not let him out. We had to go back to Macara and he was going to try and get this document sorted in the town hall (where he knew some people). When we got there they were closed for lunch so we went off to a little restuarant and got some massive portion of chicken and rice and a glass of chicha or two. Went back to the town hall only to find out that they had gone for the day!! Went ...
So I am currently legging it around the city of Piura, somewhat fed-up with its constant blazing-burning-itching sunshine and oogle-eyed inhabitants. Don't get me wrong, I love Piura like a second home (or maybe third, or fourth..) and I've thoroughly enjoyed my time here. But the feeling of adventure is catching up and I suddenly cannot wait to get on the plane to Cusco in what? only one day??!!
However, leaving is still sad and uncomfortable- because you really ...
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