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... Leanne had decided to join us for the day. We were piled into taxis and taken into Trujillo to join our tour group. The girls made a quick visit to McDonalds for coffee and off we went to visit the pre Inca ruins that surround the city. Our first stop was an arts and crafts show and tell and souvenir shop. Here they explained how the Moche people made tiles for the temple and pottery out of clay. And of course you were able to buy some clay ornaments. A very ...
... Columbian city in South America and the largest adobe (mud brick) city in the world, and was built around 850 before eventually being taken by the Incas in the late 1400s.
Sadly much of the city has been lost, either due to weather or expansion of the towns of Trujillo and Huanchaco (devastating, but happens quite often due to the quantity of ruins in South America). Currently just one palace (albeit a monstrous one) has been mostly recovered and reconstructed, which is open ...
... venuto in mente un tranquillo paesino sul mare con una splendida spiaggia bianca, acque turchesi, palme e noci di cocco, vi state sbagliando di grosso. Huanchaco non è niente di tutto questo. La spiaggia è grigiastra e quando siamo arrivati era talmente sovraffollata che non credo ci fosse spazio per un fazzoletto, figurarsi un asciugamano; ma questo solo perché era domenica, giorno in cui il villaggio viene invaso dalla gente di città in cerca di un tuffo refrigerante. ...
By 11pm gave up attempting sleep as shouting whiny neighbour
declined to shut up & let other people sleep – bunged on the TV to try
& blot her out but had to have it really high. Finally quiet by midnight
but then the stupid cow starts up again at 2am.
Found a decent breakfast at 9am before heading off to Huanchaco,
the seaside resort for all of Trujillo it seemed!
... It felt a little grubby, with mostly the centre most points being the nicest of the lot. There were interesting displays of variously styled Christmas trees in the centre plaza and numerous tourist advisers heading out maps which was quite a friendly welcome to Trujillo. Oh I forgot to mention that yesterday we booked our bus to go to Mancora, which leaves tonight at 9pm! So we had lots of time to kill! But all in all ...
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