A bit of a lay in this morning, and then off in search of breakfast and supplies. After that was taken care of, I had a little wander around. The Plaza de Armas is the central hub of Cajamarca, with a cathedral and church on opposite sides, and many narrow roads leading off. The Iglesia de San Francisco is the grander of the two, made from volcanic rock, and covered in intricate carvings.
Cajamarca is often called the Cusco of the north, but it certainly a lot more relaxed and with fewer tourists.I visited the tourist information in the afternoon, and picked up a couple of local maps which helped me to plan out the next part of the trip. More importantly, I managed to phone my bank in England, and solved my ATM issues. I can now withdraw money from my bank account again!