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... There are now remnants of nine palaces. Each time a king died, a palace would be built for the next King. The last king was captured and taken to Cusco. We saw various different parts of one of the palace rooms that included storage areas and courtyards but all of this was restored and not original. Each palace had about 150 people living and working in it. After visiting these ruins, we drove for about 45 minutes to ...
... of South America.)
‘But Ricardo may not be able to get San Pedro. If he does not get the San Pedro I am to go on the tour with you.’
‘Oh. Good. When will you know?’
‘Tomorrow when we meet.’
A big hug and off she strides. She has to take a shower as she is singing that night.
The next night Camilla shows up with Ernesto who ...
... were many other old building, transformed in museums, restaurants or coffee shops. Such a difference with, say, Puno!
The next day... I stayed in bed. 5 days sick, running nose, coughing, sleeping all the time. I suppose the coca tea was stronger than I thought and that I now felt how exhausted I was? My roommate said, "this looks like cocaine withdrawal symptoms!" what? well, whatever it was, I slept for 5 days, feeling happy I did not have to go to work!
... to head back (taking the back roads to avoid Antonio and his friends and we weren't feeling social due to the heat) and went for a swim at our end of the beach. It was tricky as the tide was very strong, you could not tell where the drop off was and
the waves were strong and high, so we didn't go very deep, I didn't go more that thigh high as the tide kept wanting to pull me in. The water was cold and refreshing, I lasted about ten minutes then ...
... of enjoyment.
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 ...