Today we headed up to Trujillo, once again some interesting driving! But having said that some of the open bits of the Pan Am are superb, waves crashing on the beach on one side and desert on the other. I now realise what to expect from the drivers here, indicators are never used, neither are mirrors, or side windows come to that. Instead of looking or indicating blow the horn, once you realise that and the fact its mandatory to try to squeeze a car up your inside or outside at every opportinity then it makes sense. I got a telling off from a policeman on a bike today because my front wheel was partly on a zebra crossing at a set of lights in the manic town of Chimbote, I just thought "you are having a laugh!" pick on any of the 30 cars/ moto taxis /trucks behind me, they have all done something really stupid in the last 3 minutes!
Plan is to see some historic stuff here that Fi is researching before heading Northwards again.
Harbour at Pisco
Waiting for breakfast!
Doing the laundry & having a Sunday bath!
Big Fishing fleet in Huacho
Moto Taxis everywhere
Fuel & water stop
Local Gigilo perhaps? Translated it means No Money then you can't have love
The Pan Am cuts through several towns so it keeps the average speed down a bt