"I am the keeper of fragile things and I
have kept of you what is indissolvable."
Because of spammers, the Guestbook was forced to close down in 2009. Even though we initiated a number of security and safety measures and had three rotating moderators, the porn and crazed spam messages proliferated and both enraged and saddened our web Amazon being who purged the site daily over morning coffee, carefully allowing the wonderful posts that appeared to be read. Even though the posts couldn't go live, they still had to be quite literally scraped off each morning anew. Despite Nin's dictum of when being trapped in destruction, opening a window to creation, alas, our web maven being threw in the towel and went back to enjoying her morning coffee without thinking of the pornographic spammers. We applauded her choice and copied what we could of past messages.
We are sorry we were unable to communicate with Daniel Saenz More in 2004 however, if anyone is interested in contacting him, before we disable the last vestiges of the guestbook, we can send on the email he used almost a decade ago, perhaps the letters he mentioned of Gonzalo's have been published.
In searching for information on Daniel Saenz More, we found a number of posts (this one below with 604 comments! ) from Perutravelnow.com. Perhaps he could be contacted through this site or through Facebook
@Daniel Sáenz More or his other travel writings if indeed this writer's grandfather was Gonzalo's brother!