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... The museum was small but super interesting. It tells you all about the Sican people and what they found when the excavated the tomb of the Lord of Sican. I find it crazy that they managed to analyse the teeth of the dead bodies that were hundreds of years old to see if any of them were related!!
When we left the musuem there were no taxis to get back into town so we headed off on foot. We found a tuc-tuc on ...
... años house trip over Rodas that where poorly maintained and used by the heavy trucks hauling the raw sugar cane. When we were at Huaca Rajada (huaca being any human built archeological mound looking like a dried mud hill due to erosion by wind and rain over centuries.) we were greeted by archeologist Lucho Chero, current director of the archeological site and second only to the chief archeologist, Walter Alves. ...
We headed towards a campsite that the lonely planet recommended, but again it was not very enticing. There was no one there at all and we wondered if we would run in to the same problem again with a lack of water. I also wanted to stay in a place with WI-FI as I wanted to prioritize getting my journal onto my blog, so decided against staying there.
Instead we headed to a restaurant, this is how it went;
Me - “Hello, ...
... not only not expecting something like this to happen to me,
but really just shocked that I wasn't able to do anything about it. Not
being able to respond at all. Prior to this incident I my first response
would be slapping/punching the thief his face, or at least shout
something. But I was paralyzed, wanting only to get out of there as fast
as I could. We all stood outside the market grasping for air. I wanted
to go home...
... a week, so was exceptionally clean throughout. The welcoming family offer seventeen bright simple yet modern tiled rooms, with box-size en-suites, good firm beds and cable TV. The rates were 40 and 60 soles for 1 or 2 persons, though I offered 30 and they accepted. There is also the family’s cafeteria below.
Hotel Plazza Park, Calle Vicente De La Vega 843, Tel: (074) 223099. The rates including ...