Hotel Gran Sipan
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... for increased intellectual mastery, predictive certainty, and efficient control over you for his own self-enhancement?
Or would you, the cosmos, open yourself most deeply to that suitor who viewed you as being at least as intelligent and noble, as worthy a being, as permeated with mind and soul, as imbued with moral aspiration and purpose, as endowed with spiritual depths and mystery, as he? This suitor seeks to know you not that he might better exploit you ...
We had already booked our bus tickets to travel the 4 hours
to Chiclayo so we got the hostel to get us a taxi. This was probably the most
suspect looking car we have travelled in so far because the car was pretty old
and battered and there was no indication on the vehicle that it was a taxi.
Everything turned out to be ok and we arrived early at the bus terminal and
waited for our luxury bus. The seats were fantastic being as large and
comfortable as a ...
Another very long day on the truck
today, and a campsite at a town called Chiclayo. It was right on the beach and
pitched to us as a hippy type of place. If I was a hippy I would be offended –
there was no running water, so you had to flush the loos by pouring a cup of
water down them from a bucket which ran out of water within 3 minutes of us
being there, and the showers had some water from rooftop ...
... a couple of beers together this evening and I knew he was staying in the Hotel Costa del Sol......easy for a Brit to remember !!!!
At the next town we were split up by traffic or GPS so I continued alone through this desert until I reached Chiclayo, a very busy city, and found the hotel. In the foyer I met a British couple, Amanda & Jim, who had just spent three weeks travelling through ...
... amp; the accompanying smell) in some areas.
That being said, that is the only bad thing we can say about this place! The people are friendly and helpful, the police are fair when they pull you over (a regular occurrence for us with only a rear license plate on the vehicle), and the landscape is superb. Can't wait to see the contrast between the desert coastline and the lush green forests in the mountains!