Complejo Turistico Eccame
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My father once gave me a keyring that explained the meaning and personality traits associated with my first name. Though the business of naming children is undoubtedly arbitrary, a process which we retrospectively imbue with much meaning, I rather liked the keyring and came to think of it as quite accurate. According to the keyring, a girl who goes by my name is a female who loves the open air; this is about the truest thing you can know about me. I love being outside, I love roaming, I ...
... why my cell phone was not receiving emails correctly. After two incorrect telephone numbers and lack of help from Shaw, my internet provider, I decided to just give up. The exercise maxed out my contract allotted time and downloading capacity. Trujillo was our next travel destination but Zarela suggested Huanchaco, a smaller more relaxed town and closer to the next set of ruins, so we took her advice. The only way to get there was by bus so we ...
... of the trek, we saw the glacier in all its glory - it was stunning... A huge frozen glacier with a frozen lake below it and the mountains in the background was just mind-blowing. Even our travel-blogging buddies said how overwhelming and exceptional it was and they’ve been travelling their whole lives!
We’re so glad we booked the trek! Definitely the highlight of our first week in Peru.
The guesthouse we stayed in ...
... thing-that-made-it-through-the -disaster-was-the-Jesus-staute stories, but I wasn’t there, so I’ll go along with it.
Additionally, I tried to go on a tour to see Laguna 69 (lake 69, get your dirty minds out of the gutter), but the tour company was **** and cancelled the tour the morning of the trip. Boo! The hostel people were really nice and scrambled to try to find me an ...
... but the greatest disaster
was here where it triggered an enormous landslide that buried the whole of the
town and killed at least 20000 people. The whole buried area has been basically
left as is with only the addition of some memorials and a replica of the fašade
of the destroyed town cathedral. We had driven to the lake above the town and
past the mountain where the avalanche had started from. The most visually
moving part is the remains of ...