We got to Trujillo today, after another 7 hours on a bus (actually two buses and we waited an hour between, but who cares). The buses in Peru (or at least the ones we´ve taken so far) are very different than the buses in Ecuador. They are much newer, more comfortable, and they don´t stop every 5 minutes for passengers with bags of rice or corn or whatever. Also, when you buy a ticket, it goes on a computer, and you can choose your seat and everything. Hi Tech.
Tomorrow, we´re going on a tour to various archeological sites around Trujillo, and then we´re taking a night bus to Huaraz. We bought the most expensive tickets in a bus-cama (bed), so I hope we´ll be able to sleep on the bus.
Also, if you´ve heard something about terrorists on a bus in Peru, you probably know more than me. Just remember, people think buses explode everywhere in Israel, and Peru is just a little bit bigger.
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