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November 11th 2010
Published: November 12th 2010
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Rano, tak ako sme planovali den predtym, sme vstali o siestej, dobalili posledne veci a zobrali si taxik na autobusovu stanicu. Nas dnesny ciel bol Sechin pri malom mestecku Casma do ktoreho nejazdi priama linka a preto sme museli vystupit v Chimbote a odtial si zohnat colectivo. V autobuse sme sa uplnou zhodou okolnosti dali do reci s pani, ktora do Casmy isla tiez a je bratranec vlastnil collectivo. Hotel sa nam tiez podarilo najst bez problemov a len sme zhodili batohy a vybrali sa do Sechinu, vzdialeno od Casmy len 5 km. Obidvaja sme sa vsak zhodli ze to bolo pomerne sklamanie a cakali sme viac. Cele miesto vyzeralo ze uz ma casy najvacsej slavy za sebou, neupravene a archeologicke vykopy nedokoncene. Nakoniec nas na celom komplexe zaujalo obrie hniezdno, ktore si vcely vybudovali priamo v muroch /zdech/ ruin. V ramci zaujmu vsetkych alergikov sme to isli oznamit spravcovi a ten nas ubezpecil ze sa na to chysta zajtra - hniezdo malo asi pol metra v priemere - aka to nahoda. V Casme nebolo co robit, dokonca tam nemal ani supermarket, ale nastastie sme mali nejake jedlo so sebou a hladom sme netrpeli. Dali sme si melon a isli spat, lebo rano nas v 3.30 cakalo dalsie vstavanie.


In the morning, as we originally planned, we got up at 6, packed our last few thing and took a taxi to the bus station. Our todays destination was Sechin next to a small town Casma. There was no direct connection to Casma, so we had to go to Chimbote and took a collectivo from there. On the bus, by chance, we got chatting to an elderly lady, and it turned out she was going there too and her cousine had a collectiovo to take us there. We just droped our baggage to our room and set off to Sechin, just 5 km out of the town. In the end we both agreed that it was quite a dissapointmen and we definitelly expected more. Whole place looked like its greatest times are over, it was untidy and archeological excavations looked unfinished. The best thing was huge bee nest hidden in the cracks of the ruins. In the interest of all allergic people we told about this to the keeper, and he reassured us to sort it out the very next day. There was nothing else to do in Casma, no supermarket, but fortunatelly we had some food with us, so we survived. We bought a water melon and had a early night because we had to wake up at 3.30 next morning.


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