Hotel Paraiso Chiclayo
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... open as long as there had guests. So it was that I was at five clock in the morning when going home far from being the last one in the disco. Mind you, it was mid-week and not weekends. The next day started a tour which I had the night before yet been posted. Fernanda our guide, Josephine from Paris and I. Josephine lived a half years in Colombia and for four months in Lima. She works as a translator for the UN. Fernanda was glad to our little group and so could we explain in ...
... dogs so we tried another entrance and from a distance saw a pack if wild dogs and decided to not try and return to the main road to make our way back to the ranch. A small car pulled up and offered to drive us for 3 soles, Marc was hesitant as ever but i convinced him to get in and it worked out great, we picked up two other people and made our way very quickly to the main street in Pacora.
Back at the ranch, i took a cold ...
... is. So I ask Who is he? Asking one of the students and pointing to a classmate, I would usually get I am Saul....ah no, He is.....insert name here. We and They were a complete disaster, throughout all of this when using subject pronouns, I would be using hand gestures to reinforce the idea of the meaning, pointing to myself for 'I', pointing to the person I'm directly talking to 'you', making circles with my arms to suggest 'we', pointing outside the classroom to suggest 'they'. ...
... which is duck with rice cooked in dark beer. We weren’t that
impressed with the duck which was dry but the rice was very good. After lunch
we drove to the other side of town to the Bruning museum. This newish museum
houses the collection of a German who lived most of his life in the area at the
start of the 20th century and bought a large number of objects which
had been excavated from sites discovered and sold ...
... a forest to reach and we had other things to see. So like the Sican we moved on to Tucume (they moved because of drought but nowadays it seems more green than Tucume). Tucume is vast - another mud brick settlement from 900-1475 AD with a dozen Huacas around a sacred mountain. There are some interesting sculptured friezes but the main impression is of size. From the top of the sacred mountain all around you can see massive building made entirely of mud ...