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One would think that by now Rhianwyn would be well versed in the need to watch where she was walking. A Buddhist monk was standing on the street corner trying to sell books on Karma, Rhianwyn matched past with a purpose, fed up with being approached all the time and urged to buy things we don't want or need. John smiled at the guy while saying, "No gracias" several times before resorting to loudly saying, "No thank you we don't want one." Rhianwyn had kept walking but wanted ...
We took an over night bus from Lima to Chiclayo again traveling with Cruz del Sur. it was a 12 1/2 hour trip but we were able to sleep well enough in the big chairs that almost converted into beds. Arriving in Chiclayo we were met by Gladys Fernandez, who took us to the house where. Paulina lives. Paulina is an Ursuline nun, who worked in Chiclayo in 1979 when I was there. A huge breakfast was prepared to welcome us to the north of Peru.
Today just went around the main sites (there aren’t many) of the town I am in, Chiclayo. Tomorrow, I’m off to see some of the really famous ruins and museums which are just out of the city. Should be good though I forgot that are closed on Mondays so I am not quite sure what do though I am quite keen to start a diary else I will forget 90% of the stuff that I have done so maybe I will get cracking ...
... English on us and was incredibly helpful, so as we left Zach gave them a couple of mangos, the truth is he didn't want to carry the extras round (they were 3 for 50p). We took a combi to Lambayeque, basically a minibus with a teenage boy hanging out the door shouting the destination and helping people on and off as sometimes it slowed to a crawl rather than stopping. On the way we were stopped by police at a roadblock who took everyone's ID cards for a few minutes, although he didn't ...
... we were showered, which doesn't take long when the water is freezing, we had two plates of seasoned chicken breast, with rice and chips on the table waiting for us. Life was good again.
We watched the sun set over the ocean and walked around the town for a little while. Kory was exhausted after being ill the previous night, so we we came back to the room for an early night. We have cycled some long, hard days and covered a lot of ground over our 5 days of ...
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