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... glimpse into what life was like all that time ago and how the coast of Peru has changed in that time.
The Sun and Moon temples (named arbitrarily by the Spanish in the 1500s. The names stuck) were wonderful. They were inverted pyramids built by the Mochi people, where a new temple was built over the old one, but bigger. The dry, desert sands and the fact that the old temple was buried by the new one ...
... down to Lima. Hence here I am in Starbucks drinking my first latte in nearly two months, there is still no tea here. I bought a new pair of jeans in the market as my last pair were ripped at the ****** (my beloved vans ripped as well in Huanchaco so I got a new pair of shoes in Trujillo as well.) Next is Huacachina, an oasis in the desert next to Ica 5 hours south where I can ride a dune buggy and go sandboarding.
Oh and I've just been offered cocaine in Starbucks, what a ...
... road surrounded by arid sandy land. We finally get there and it is dead...there are a few taxis and some drivers milling around but that's it. We try to get a glimpse of inside but can't and just decide that it will probably be ****, so after negotiating with a taxi driver, we lower our price and get a taxi to Trujillo to see the town. Trujillo is a fairly average town, has some hint of colonial prettiness but not a great ...