My visit to Museo Larco, back in Lima, was short but inspiring. Just
before i will leave to Chavín de Huántar tomorrow, i had a second look
at some Moche ceramic and conchshell pututus (see photos) and could even
play a Moche replica vase that was sculpted by argentinian musician
Andres Fortunato who already worked with the museums musical instruments
collection, played them, recorded them. On top, Isabell Collazos offered
me some precious information about Chavín excavation process and about
the post-Chavín Moche culture.
Tomorrow, finally i will hop on the bus to Huaraz. From there it’s only
a three hours busride on bumpy roads through pretty Cordillera Blanca
mountains. Yes, i am getting nervous while getting closer.