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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo
... us to be petted. One dog Buddy, was a jumper and climber, and lily, was a quiet female who put her head on your lap to be petted.
We headed back out at 6pm for some chicken diner. The place was open and we tried to order, speaking to a young girl who spoke no English, and Marc said he wanted the 1/8 meal with thigh (by grabbing his thigh), I said I wanted the 1/3 chicken with (grabbing my chest). The meal was fast to our table and excellent, we each ...
... same month I taught our Saturday kids class, I wanted the experience of teaching kids, and it was a great experience, around 8 students from 8 to 12, the youngest Sofia, possibly the cutest little girl ever! With a bunch of a few rowdy boys too. But this month emphasized to me so clearly the difference between learning a language when your kids, and when your adult, they are quite literally sponges (espongas), I explained something once, they got it, used it straight away in ...
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 ...
... bought me socks because my other pair were worn out. My sister bought herself pants. Everyone was tickling my chin because people thought I was cute. We didn't see and tourists there but it was already packed with people so there wouldn't be any room for anymore. Then we went to a tour company to find what we were going to do the next day. At that point it was about5:00 pm so we ate a little snack and went for dinner.
... had a while to go.
In the desert the weather was warm-ish but there was a very strong side wind from the Pacific Ocean. This brought my gas consumption from 60 to 41 mpg. I reached the end on fumes !!!!!!!!
Later, when Jeremy arrived,we went for a couple of beers to a bar but walking through the city we noticed massive lines of people outside of banks. I had seen this before in ...