Hotel Costa del Sol Trujillo
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... 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 ...
... God’s heaven. I gave it up nearly 50 years ago when I learned meditation. I didn’t really give it up. My body just said in so many words:
'Yes you love it but it is no longer for you?’
‘Yes, you don’t want it.’
I’d been sure I would smoke til the end of time but the urge simply evaporated. There was no struggle. Experience when smoking was ‘cloudy’ compared ...
After my 5 days of being so sick, I finally could go discover the old ruins in the neighbourhood.
I first visited the Huaca de la Luna y del Sol, two official buildings of the Moche civilisation, years 100-800. Only to be visited, the Huaca de la Luna, a temple dedicated to the moon. It had been discovered buried in the sand, which maybe explains why some wall paintings were so well preserved! Really ...
... in the hotel Frogs.
One night, we could see a religious march into the town, everyone was face paintaing in black. It was very solennel.
I had a marvellous time there.
What I can remember from the Peruvian coast is :
- the desert of his coast, it is not green
- the air is not breathable
- some nice fishes to eat and for very cheap
- people are cool and open minded
- difficult to negotiate with the locals
- there is no water ...
I had a great day checking out some archaeological sites today. I met three people at breakfast at the hostel this morning, and we all wanted to do the same thing, so we stuck together, and it was great. Karen (Canadian), Kris, Jimmy (both Belgian), and I grabbed a taxi at 9:30am and headed off to Huaca del Sol y la Luna. This was a pair of temples (Sun and Moon), that were used for sacrifices back between 100 AD and 800 AD. It was pretty impressive to ...