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... I'll and how many buses there are from there to Ecuador.
So, as we set off, and past an endless string of Lima's woman of the night and your general run of the mill street scum, and through some of the scariest ghettos I have seen, we were happy to be leaving, and on route to Trujillo, home of the Chan Chan ruins. Pulling into to Trujillo we knew we might as well have gone straight through. But, as it turned out we had to wait for 2 hours for ...
... me for a long time. But you just had the feeling that this obsession with the tourist dollar will eventually kill the place. The number and attitude of many of the mainland immigrants was very worrying. The store holders had closed the Darwin Foundation’s Souvenir Shop (they felt it was competition) depriving the major and the island’s most important NGO of one of its most sources of funding, meanwhile (we were informed) that the ...
... On the way back to our hotel we stopped at the bank to get out a heap of cash for the Galapagos, so Chris was a little paranoid walking the rest of the way. We also made a quick trip to the supermarket for supplies. It's been a while since we had Chifa so tonight it was decided to check out one of the great looking Chifa restaurants we had walked past. It turned out to be a fantastic cheap meal much to our delight. After dinner ...
It's my last real day in Ecuador. Tomorrow I will be in transit to Peru. My camera battery is still stuffed, so I went in search of a new one. A few hours killed doing that and still didn't get one. I doubt I'll be able to find one in Lima with the time I have there. Even less likely in Cuzco. That means I'll have to rely on the ****** phone camera for pics of Machu Picchu.
Met with Karla again for lunch, she had her boss ...
... of the Poor" was founded in 1534 by a handful of laymen and priests. They adopted an organized structure for the movement of religious and social reform started by Jerome in 1529 in Venice. Their goal was to dedicate themselves to the care, assistance, promotion of poor, orphans, abandoned youth, sick, etc, to any kind of works of mercy, and to any pastoral ministry according to the instructions of the Bishops.