Tried to visit some ruins, but it started to rain - again, grrr...
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November 21st, 2009 – by: yadilitta
The only places to visit here, according to the information I got, were some ruins and a lake with a trout farm. I've been in this trout farm a while ago and Shawn preferred to visit the ruins. So we'd go there. But first he had to find an internet cafe, in the meanwhile I'd walk around the square. I was thirsty and slice of pineapple was so refreshing.
Then we took a mototaxi to the ruins. They couldn't drive all the way, up to some point you had to start walking.
Furthermore, the ruins looked so small, really tiny, which meant the walk would longer quite a bit... oh well, I could survive without going all the way up. Shawn agreed with me, hahaha. So better turn back and start walking down. The path was a very good one and it was surrounded by some houses and fields. I saw a couple of farmers and their families. The scenery was gorgeous! It was really peaceful here.
This time we wouldn't take a mototaxi, just walked to the town. It was already lunch time, should we stay here or better go back to Huancayo? Better start moving just in case it started to rain. No colectivo or taxi this time. Now, we'd catch the bus. It was fun there were 2 lines both saying Huancayo, the difference was how they reached the city from the right or from the left, hahaha.
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