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We finished up at Chan Chan and I was pretty happy to get out of there. We got a taxi over to Huanchaco, which ended up being my favorite part of the day. This is a small beach town about 10km (6m) outside of Trujillo, and it’s best known for it’s boats made out of reeds, and the fisherman use cormorant birds to do their fishing for them. It’s a really nice little town.
I think it helped ...
... didn’t start till just before 3 but the site was also very close to the city. We firstly visited a small temple called the Temple of the Dragon which seemed to be in the middle of the suburbs. We then travelled to the Chan Chan complex. This was an enormous site of 12 palaces built by the Chimu and only 1 of the palaces has been fully restored. This one palace was also made of mud bricks where the bottom parts were original and ...
... bus to Trujillo which was just as enjoyable of a ride till we got back to Trujillo and the. Nice baggage man grabbed my bag and almost choked to death with the smell ( we didn't realise it was my bag till we got back to the hostel ) Turned out my bag got covered in fertiliser and the rain had allowed it to soak into the material, so to cut the story short my bag smelled like chicken poo ...
The one extra week we had decided to stay in Huanchaco turned into two as we were just so happy there. In exchange for the extra week by the beach we decided to skip Lima and Ica and go straight to Cusco. Which meant a night bus from Trujillo to Lima and then a plane directly to Cusco where we arrived today but more about that in the next blog entry.
The last two weeks in Huanchaco was spent doing more of the same as the first week. ...
... to wait for a bus or a long queue in the sun with my luggage for a colectivo.
Just out of town the desert turned briefly into an oasis of rice paddies and cane due to one flowing river and related irrigation ditches. Soon back to more conventional desert, fine golden sands and creeping dunes that were having to be bulldozed back into brief submission before they again tried to encroach upon the road. Still had some dust in ...