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... we head to the first ruins of the day huaca de la Luna. The bus doesn't quite have enough seats but fortunately this means I can pseudo sign the days instructions to the group. We arrive to the ruins, see some hairless dogs, and get guided through, as the photo suggests everyone is very enthusiastic. We have roast chicken and chips for lunch, which I am reliably informed is quite Peruvian, and we head, in a food coma, ...
... gaga? What can I say where we will spend time together?’
She apologizes for her English.
‘Would you like to study: you English, and I Spanish?’
‘Oh yes,’ she exudes.
‘Here, on the beach?’
‘Yes,’ I exude.
So at sunset the next day we meet. I am smitten much similar ...
The person at the front desk in our B&B in Huanchaco suggested that we buy our airplane tickets in Trujillo so we hopped on a stuffed collectivo (minibus) and headed off. The door guy (responsible for collecting passengers and their fares) pointed us in the direction of the Plaza de Armas where LAN (Lima Airlines) was located. On the way we met a polite gentleman who said that he hoped we were enjoying our visit to his country. I thought it was a ...
... which turned out to be true). Not much to see along this end of the beach as there were no buildings along the road and was sparse with only a few locals fishing or sleeping in tents. We headed back into town and found a local place to eat for lunch.
That afternoon we headed up a side road up a dirt path leading to the overlooking cliff, on the way we found a very rustic shack that may or may not belong to a crazy cat lady, it had a ...
... sense of the grandeur of this place in its heyday. An accompanying museum included in the price of admission helped to flesh out some of the history and the scale of the civilisation that built cities in the desert. Using irrigation, lots of fishing they were able to survive for several centuries before climate changes made their way of life no longer possible. These people were the Chimu. Their city spread across a large swathe of the Moche ...