Hotel Costa Del Sol Cajamarca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... It sounded very Native American. We then started writing together and finished the song we started a few days prior. It's a great song, probably the best I've ever been a part of writing. His writing style is very abstract and beautiful but he sometimes loses himself in the ideas and doesn't stay on task. My writing style is very direct but I have trouble thinking outside the box and creating a more interesting and natural picture so our styles complement each other well; he ...
... feel the air shift from hot and tropical to extremely cold as we got close to the top. It was pretty cool. When we arrived to the Corongo central plaza, we hopped out of the bed of the truck and a woman about my age climbed out of the back seat and introduced herself as Pierina. She's a dentist from Lima who is working in Corongo just for the year and she said she had a nice place for us to stay that is better than the hostels or ...
... assured us a bus was coming today to take us to Corongo. We waited for about 4 hours and I decided to take out my guitar to play for the townspeople. Out of the wood works came 6 or 7 children and a bunch of policemen gathered around me and I gave them an hour long concert of Bob Marley and other reggae tunes (by request, in fact), some Andean music (which impressed them to say the least), and other songs I've been working on to relearn. It seemed like it may have been the ...
... fed us and gave us lots of chicha. We shared the same glass with all 10 or so men and the chicha looked pretty gnarly with bugs and other unidentified objects floating around in it but I didn't want to offend them by turning it down and how bad could it be if they were all drinking it? It tasted good anyway. I've never experienced something quite like what we experienced. Unfortunately, my phone was still charging so I never got any photos but it doesn't get much more simple ...
... farm. It was a lot harder than it seems but I made it through the experience. It was a full moon out and the clouds had pretty much cleared so at this point we could see the ruins very well. Wes and I decided to take a night hike to check out the ruins and speculate on what they were for. It was both eery and rejuvenating. I was awe struck by the grandeur of these ruins. While the Kuélap fortress was amazing for it's structure and tightly knit community, these ruins dwarfed ...