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... sense of the grandeur of this place in its heyday. An accompanying museum included in the price of admission helped to flesh out some of the history and the scale of the civilisation that built cities in the desert. Using irrigation, lots of fishing they were able to survive for several centuries before climate changes made their way of life no longer possible. These people were the Chimu. Their city spread across a large swathe of the Moche ...
... to unwrap her. The temple was very similar to the temple of the moon but
they had done a lot less excavating here at this stage and very similar friezes.
Our guide took his time and gave us more than enough time to have a good look
around. There were very good views over the ocean and surrounding countryside,
that was mainly covered in sugar cane, from the top level of the temple at the
spot where they found 60 bodies ...
... We got told to book our exiting bus tickets early as it's a super busy time at the moment. It was one thing after another. Then our luck changed when we met an Argentinian who was also going from Truijjo to Huanchaco by public bus and it could be free. So naturally we followed. The first bus was free and then we swapped busses to another which was 1.50 soles, the guy tried to make us pay 2.50 soles each but the Argentinian guy, Stefan said the price was 1.20 and ...
... has historical significance for being close to the ruins of the the Chimu and Moche civilisations from 500AD. So we organised a tour for the day for approx £5 where we visited a number of sites. First stop was two pyramid type buildings, Huaca de la Luna y de la Sol. The buildings themselves have struggled with the time due to being made from mud but the ...
... br> pyramid – this was the one I was most interested in and rightly so – the murals/reliefs
were excellent and unrestored.
Chan Chan unfortunately in it’s unrestored state would have
been the biggest village of 10,000 dwellings of eroded 2’ high adobe walls with
no reliefs or colour as all had just about gone – wasn’t particularly exciting
even with some restoration – ...