Travel Blogs from Trujillo
... br> pyramid – this was the one I was most interested in and rightly so – the murals/reliefs
were excellent and unrestored.
Chan Chan unfortunately in it’s unrestored state would have
been the biggest village of 10,000 dwellings of eroded 2’ high adobe walls with
no reliefs or colour as all had just about gone – wasn’t particularly exciting
even with some restoration – ...
... 34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13.333333969116211px; line-height: normal;">On Wednesday we woke up in Chiclayo with our bags packed from the night before. A woman who works at the hotel's husband drove us to the bus station and we took another double decker bus through the desert to Trujillo, a big city in Perú. From there we took a mini van for about an hour (it should have been twenty minutes but the taxi driver was lost) ...
... division into nine palaces, whom formed their own independent units.
Chan Chan is an impressive site in Peru and the world’s largest adobe city as well as the largest pre-Colombian city in the Americas. As the capital of the ancient Chimu civilization, Chan Chan was developed in around 1300 AD and would have reached its peak in the fifteenth century, after which the Chimu were overtaken by the Incas and the city was abandoned.Still a vast site today, it ...
... Katy Perry's Firework song and somehow it meant more than it every has before being alone haha
... look identical and are essentiall a law unto themselves. Not only that but they rarely come to an actually standstill, but rather slow to a cruise, whilst the youthful ticket collector vaguely shouts something rpidly and incomprehensively in local dialect and people leap on and off. As I was in no rush it was all very amusing. And for the bargain price of 25p a ride one can hardly complain.The city itself was, n ...
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