Today's hi, 80.1; 64% humidity, sunny
Lo 65.7, 78% humidity, clear becoming cloudy
This was a very quiet day, although Doug took a 4 kilometer walk up the beach toward the vilage of El Nuro.
Here are some other things we've learned;
We would never be able to do this without our Peruvian friends. They have watched over us and been ever so willing to answer questions.
Be patient. Peruvian time isn't the same as US time. Just because they say they'll be there, doesn't necessarily mean today, tomorrow, or the next day.
Our driver's have become protective of us. Before we had our own transportation, they watched out for us no matter where we were. One driver called us after we traveled to Chiclayo by bus to be sure we had made it to our hotel safely! Another offerred to bring the doctor to me at any time of the day or night when I had tonsilitis.
A lot of togetherness is a good thing when your companion is your best friend as well as your partner and lover.
You have to have the memory card in you camera to save any pictures you take.
Having only one hour of electricity is do-able.
Don't leave any clothes on the floor as some critter may take up residency.
Be thankful for normal bowel movements and rejoice if they are regular.
Spices come in packets like sugar in a restaurant and have some weird names that don't give you a clue as to what it is. One packet proudly displayed the name "Comino" which the dictionary translates to "I don't give a damn."
We don't have to worry about losing electricity no matter how hard the wind blows.
Hang your T-shirts by the bottom so you don't have clothespin marks on your shoulders for days.