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... of the city? This was a pretty impressive temple, tall high walls carved with the most intricate pictures and patterns. The view from the top was pretty cool too. You could see out to the other temples and important Moche sites from the top of this one. The final site was the main one Chanchan. It's the huge remains of an ancient city. With it's high walls and intricate interior walls this was a really impressive site. I wish our tour guide was better but he ...
... we travelled by combi bus to the museum on the edge of the site, spending around an hour in the museum, which was full of splendid artefacts, some genuine and old, some restored or recreations.
After a short break, we walked over to the Huaca de Luna (Moon Pyramid), for a guided tour. (The Huaca del Sol is closed to the public, as it requires extensive excavation, which will take years. The site of both pyramids was only rediscovered and excavated ...
... a night for a room with private bathroom & WIFI.
Meals: $3 - $4
Water: $1 for a litre
Bus: $0.50 - $1.50 for single
Chan Chan Ruins Entry: $4 each
Taxi to Chan Chan Ruins: $4
Average Daily Spend per person: $26
Transport there for both of us: $65 night bus from Mancora
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $120
... a small town along the beach. We found our hotel, Hotel Oceania. The owner makes his own Italian ice and we bought some when we arrived.
The town of Huanchaco is very quiet and is nice after spending a week in ...
... although we only had the compact camera with us. After the sun went down we started to walk back to the hostel, there were boats made out of straw and fisherman use these to catch their fish. Their silhouettes looked cool when the sun was setting. We actually saw some men making these boats, a simple but effective method of building a boat.
We came back to the hostel to get ready and then came back out to look for a restaurant for dinner. There were plenty ...