Hotel Costa del Sol Trujillo
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... and were basically like your average pyramid of civilisation with the slight anomaly in that carpenters were held in particularly high regard because the priests (right at the top of the pyramid) thought the complexity of the temples design and maintenance was extremely important, because, (bearing in mind this was between 100 and 800 AD) there were basically bare weird sacrifices. The priests thought that when there was bad ...
... had been sleepy for the last hour got up and said her goodnights. It was our last time together and she gave me a long warm hug and said, ‘I love you Paul.’ Which is another moment I will hang on to.
You may recall that I was smitten with her from the moment she gave me the hug on the beach at sunset. During our travels the next day after that evening it became clear to me that she loved Ernesto – and he her. She is a beautiful earth mother. Not a ...
Re Peru, West Coast
May 9th, written May 10th, 2015
Yesterday was one of those fab days that occur once in a great while. There are lots of fab days but I'm talking about top tens.
The delusion that brought the day to me began a few days earlier while I was sitting on the beach watching the sunset. I smelled the sweet, unmistakable smell of marijuana which in my view has to be one of the greatest ...
... working in an hostel called Frogs, very chill out hostal.
I volunteered there also. The hostal is very good, front of the beach in the quiet part of the town.
We played ping pong or baby foot. The owner, Willy also have the same hostel in Cusco and a nightcluB, called "The Temple".
In Huanchaco, I also met the couple from Venezuela with who we volunteered in La Esperanza, Ecuador. They invited me to do some musico therapy on the beach and later on, we did ...
... a lovely 6hr hike to laguna 69. As it turned out attitude wasn't on our side this time and having just come from sea level we both felt the effects of the Laguna's 4600m. Quickly descending you do recover, but not before a few more cheesy photos had been taken. We weren't quite ready to leave the mountain air, so splashed out on a night at the Lazy Dog inn - this will be the one and only time we have a bath and ...