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Travel Blogs from Chachapoyas
Decided to give Gocta falls a miss – the agency changed
their price at the last minute, increased of course, so decided to have a good
breakfast & book my bus ticket until the 11am colectivo to Levanto. Took about an hour to arrive at the access to the
pre-hispanic path back to Chacha – was going to be a long walk so decided to
skip Yalape and the village and get going. A helpful lady there said to take
the path on the left when I got ...
... gorge and
Straight onto the minibus for the 2 hours to Chachapoyas
(Chacha) – thankfully it was pretty flat, following the river nearly all the
way – unfortunately the driver was the usual aggressive, speeding idiot, who
wouldn’t moderate his driving despite more than 4 passengers spewing up.
Latinos do seem to get motion sickness a lot but generally do it a bit quieter
... a huge distance, but it has taken many hours of driving - the mountain roads around this part of the world have to be seen to be believed - hairpin after hairpin, extremely narrow and drops of many thousands of feet straight down from the road - after three hours of this, even Manuel was moved to utter that he was a bit bored of ...
... nterislander in NZ. When it was ready someone grabbed a steel bar and bashed the side of the boat, the signal to leap from your hammock with plate and spoon ready. An assortment of ...
... more famous sites. Chachapoyas architecture is very different from that of the Inca. The stones are much smaller and they used a form of cement to fix the stonework, unlike the Inca who built without any form of mortar. Most noticeable of all is that all the houses are circular with and have no windows. We enter the fortress through the "llamas" entrance which is quite wide to start with but as we ascend the steep steps, it gets narrower until is is only one ...