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... of hours before we had to leave for the night bus to Lima. As I hadn't eaten much all day I dragged Greg reluctantly off to get pancakes. We left early to catch our night bus, but this time the bus station was nowhere near as glamorous. The bus itself is ok, we all have our own TV screens with a selection of on-demand movies, although neither of us are watching anything. The recline on the seats does not seem sufficient, but hopefully we will be able to rest enough to enjoy Lima ...
We sat down to eat at a tad before 10. Lucille took over with a request that we introduce ourselves, where we were from, our age and what we were ashamed of. She started. Big feet. I figured I’d better go next – as no one jumped in. My Spanish. Later I told the story about the response from my instructor when I asked him how I was doing. I could see he was reticent to answer so I said, “I’m a tough old bird, I can take it, tell me what you ...
... to be quiet.’
‘That’s the one.’
‘He showed Alfredo how to cook some gringo food.’
‘Si, he has tres nietas in Canada.’
It is not that I am anybody special, it is just that people have learned that I am crazy but harmless and want to have met me and be friendly, and be able to say that they also have met me.
I may have written about the carpentario previously. He is a wizened fellow: ...
... in building and farming but had time to create their own textiles and pottery. And it appears festivals – that is to say a great deal of leisure time - were also commonplace.
This morning at breakfast talking with a young fellow from Switzerland we puzzled over this. Surely the Chimu culture was not one we would want to live in. Born a fisherman always a fisherman. It’s ritual sacrifice time? Then pop on your helmet and meet in the arena – PS make sure not ...
... the waves.
I met one the other morning at breakfast – from Colorado, a skier and climber. He bought a surfboard here in Huanchaco and is hooked. Next stop Hawaii where he has a friend who raves on about the big waves. And you can tent on the beach in Hawaii, he tells me with a smile. His mother works for United Airlines and he flys for free.
This morning at the same restaurant I met a young fellow from New Mexico. A great young fellow just finishing up ...
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