Hotel Libertador Trujillo
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... me sporting a Norkies chicken hat, to the next ruins. These are more impressive and the guide tells us some good stories about sacrifice, families of ten and the snake woman. The sun is out, and we enjoy this wander much more, especially with a few near the bone jokes from Leonard and another ice lolly. After a cool off in the pool most of us head to a lovely patisserie for some baked goods pre bus. This night bus ...
... gaga? What can I say where we will spend time together?’
She apologizes for her English.
‘Would you like to study: you English, and I Spanish?’
‘Oh yes,’ she exudes.
‘Here, on the beach?’
‘Yes,’ I exude.
So at sunset the next day we meet. I am smitten much similar ...
... seat", on the second floor, in front, sitting just above the drivers, and with a large window in front of me. There was nice relaxing music available (I remember Ennio Morricone) while the landscapes passed by. At night, we got a hot dinner served, I watched a little movie and went to sleep. I woke up seeing the sunrise over kind of sandy mountains, so beautiful! Like a moon landscape, yellow and ocre coloured, no trees. We passed Ica.
Suddenly, there ...
... which turned out to be true). Not much to see along this end of the beach as there were no buildings along the road and was sparse with only a few locals fishing or sleeping in tents. We headed back into town and found a local place to eat for lunch.
That afternoon we headed up a side road up a dirt path leading to the overlooking cliff, on the way we found a very rustic shack that may or may not belong to a crazy cat lady, it had a ...
... patterned wall and then the walls of mud brick layer in front. A tomb was found but the hole was empty now. The remaing, visible art work on the walls was beautiful. The colours, patterns and pictures have lasted this long and are still in such terrific condition. I especially liked the mural of the myths. After the sol y Luna temples we went for the main lunch stop, an over priced, busy restaurant set up especially for tourists. We didn't eat here as we already ...