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... of esoteric symbolism – I’m not sure what Ernesto and Camilla are thinking.
‘Because if you go to where the birds are in the desert you will find… water.’
‘And the ocean? What do the birds lead you to on the ocean?’ We three shout the answer out like school children: ‘Fish!’ we are proud of ourselves.
And then he points out the bas relief fish. ‘Why the fish?’
‘Notice that ...
... spray from the waves called spume, or spindrift? I hope so as they are beautiful words.
That is the story. The town is cleaned up. The locals are relieved that the town – their homes, their stores and restaurants, their lives – is not going to be washed away. And the surfers have returned – tanned, fit and young with likely not a care in the world.
I have missed about a zillion great blogs. I wish I had written them ...
... Chan Chan as I promised.
off the road, walked to Chan Chan before entry, paid 10 soles for four participants different sites within 24 hours limit. At that surround, really damn hottest where is the dry desert landscape. I got a soak and burning the skin. I got a scarf covered around on my neck.
Built around AD 1300, Chan Chan is the largest pre-Columbian city in the Americas, and the largest adobe city in the world. Interesting? That's very impressed by the ...
... bus terminal who I decided to share a taxi with as both our hostels were located at the beach in Huanchaco (14km west of Trujillo). We got dropped off outside of my hostel as Hannah and Tom didn't know the address of theirs. However as it wasn't even 6 in the morning my hostel wasn't open yet so we sat outside my hostel slowly watching the sky lighten up and the world around us awakening. Once the hostel owner ...
... of my new friends. It worked out well as there is live music every Thursday night in Huanchaco so that is really the day to hit the town. I enjoyed the freedom of a night on my own and the girls had a blast at Julies house. Next day I went for a yoga lesson on the beach as so many other mornings hosted by a dutch yoga instructor who currently lives in Huanchaco and after this Julie and I spent the morning enjoying the last bit of sun at the ...