Hotel Casa Blanca
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... and my ears suddenly perked up. I've read about and seen pictures of the ancient human elongated skulls that were found in the Chachapoyas area of Peru. Last I heard, these skulls were an anomaly; no one knows how they got there, who the people were, or why they had elongated skulls. Other than that, I didn't know too much information. The man told us that a scientist just recently (in the last month) discovered that the DNA from these skulls is of ...
... 8217;s names “Restaurant Jessica”, “Restaurant Alejandrina”
The advertising that isn’t for Coca Cola is for builders. Builders in Peru advertise with bikini babes.
Seeing towns along the side of the road makes me want to come back and stop off. I’d like to do so being able to speak better Spanish. This future version of me who speaks better Spanish would like to make friends with the locals and find out what it’s like to live ...
... nice is a spiritual journey, perhaps meeting otherworldly beings. Your reward for being naughty is to get sick: still medicinal; cleansing yourself of toxins and badness, but not as fun sounding. Dale is preparing for a few months before visiting the shaman – go for it buddy! I will read up some more on Ayahuasca sounds interesting.
There is a shopping plaza on the coast. In there we found a French restaurant overlooking the bay. I had spaghetti, quite ...
... looking after them. I was walking through the park with someone I met at the Old Pub (yes, an Irish bar I did frequent) and mentioned how it smells like one big kitty litter. He never recognized the smell before and now he does! Funny what the power of suggestion does.
I plan to leave here Sunday or Monday at the latest and head to the mountains. And until then, I am going to take it slow and easy and enjoy the moments I have here.
... early as possible because I wanted to avoid the traffic. Instead, I bumped into Mili who wanted to know how I was feeling. Naturally we talked for a little longer than we should have and rather than being early, I was verging on late. I rushed out when I realized the time. I ended up walking the majority of the way because the traffic had built up so much in my procrastination to leave, that sitting in a crowded bus in the heat wasn't even remotely desirable. I ...
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