LP Hotel Piura
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- Swimming pool
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A very good day for me to see what, if any, changes to my cycling speed have happened bow I've put my seat up 2 inches.
Left camp with Kathy and rode the km or so back to the main road when Brett came past. Got on the back of his wheel and managed to keep up with him. Somewhere along the next for km we also collected Asha , Peter and Anngrette on to our peloton. Basically gradually down hill ...
... He has spent time in Spain and speaks marginal Spanish – which is a skill to be cherished – and passable English. As we talk during the next few days I find his travels include Southeast Asia and India. He is not one to see 29 cities in a month. He stays in villages, and gets to places few westerner have been to. Another interesting young person. We share a plate of rice and maize at the noon lunch stop.
Talking with Gary on the bus after lunch he ...
... There is a beautiful bird that's slightly smaller than the road runner, it's ginger on top and flashed with a vibrant yellow. There is also a bird maybe about the size of a robin that is a vibrant red, pretty much all over from the distance we can get up close to it. It really stands out, but I have only seen two of them to date. This 'M25' also had a service station. Albeit a lady serving a bitter milk drink from a cart. Two or three wagons had stopped by her, ...
Stopped in at the market for a bonito soup breakfast served by the lovely Luz, an 83 year old grand-daughter of curandera – this might have been handy as a fish bone got stuck in my throat and she handed me a handful of mashed yucca to shift it. She mentioned she had learnt that lighting a candle over the handle of a balanced knife makes it turn, in turn shifting the bone, saving someone's life in the past ...
Day 42: 27 November 2013
Piura -> Catacaos
We arrived in Piura 3 hrs early and totally dead. We jumped in a taxi to the hotel, stopping on the way to get some Peruvian Soles as all we had was Dollars. Thankfully we were allowed to check into our hotel early though so went for a nap. Feeling more alive we wandered into town. It is more of a transit place so it didn't take us long to realise there wasn't much to do here. As the cathedral was ...