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... his father lending him the guitar.
I read a passage about being on safari from (one of two killing me as they are great and not yet finished novels) Gaga in Zanzibar. It was a short passage and descriptive of the animals – a good choice for an audience with few people with English as a first language. Some people had their eyes closed listening. They got the beauty of the animals and picked up on the beauty and naturalness of the scene. Good.
I told ...
After that it is to be a flight from Montreal to Vancouver and bus from Vancouver to Kamloops where I will go swimming with granddaughters and give them horsie rides around the yard and play Go Fish, and hide and seek. I will have my car again. Far prior all this taking place the travel blogging will be long over.
I have wondered about next winter after Christmas and had thought about a Greece – Turkey outing. I’ve also considered Panama and Central ...
... and I assured him we were impressed. In stark contrast to the travel agent in Huanchaco, the young lady at LAN was polite, helpful, and accurate so with little fuss we booked our flights to Arequipa for April 6 Trujillo was clean and neat with distinct examples of Spanish influence. We hunted down an architecture museum only to find that it was closed, then stopped at a popular corner restaurant for a burger-like sandwich and coffee for lunch. ...
... of the Incas.
Everything is so dry and it is so hot. It is a desert landscape around.
The bad thing while visiting the museum is that they have nothing from their cultural discovered. Everything from them is located in our museum, the one in Europe.
I wish they could have some of their objects or treasure that colonial found and brought home.
I changed three times of hostal as they were very basic without a kitchen to use. ...
... can be seen by observing all the ruins as you walk around. To truly understand the scale though a full mock up of the city can be viewed in the museum. It was a great place to explore.
Further inland, near the imposing mountains, an earlier civilisation called the Moche built the impressive Huaca Del Sol y Luna. A gigantic structure seven stories high, adorned with painted murals of the gods, creatures, warriors and sacred animals, ...