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Well today we started both spanish lessons and volunteering. We have spanish lessons this week from 11am- 12 Monday to Friday. We decided to go for the private class so we can ask questions and have it more geared towards us, rather than in a group lesson. And because there are 2 of us doing the private lesson we get a small discount and it works out to very close to the same price as both of us signing up for the group lesson. Our teachers name is Esther ...
... the foundation of the Qorikancha, the “place of gold”, the Incas’ principal religious building dedicated to the worship of the sun. Both were fascinating for the same reasons, the blending of Christianity with the indigenous pagan religion although expressed differently in the two places. The church and convent were built on the foundation of the old Incan temple, the Spaniards having torn down the superstructures. Large segments of the Incan ...
... Cusco has a lot more English then anywhere in Bolivia making it easier for me to communicate but the people are a bit colder than the bolivians. Although i will admit It is nice to have some creature comforts back as infrastructure is much more developed here. The city and its people were definitely into the Christmas spirit. Manger scenes with various statues popped up over night, store windows were lit up, trees and posts were decorated with lights and ...
Peru. Breath taking. Magnificient mountains. Can I describe at all! Come and experience for yourself. A beautiful country ruled once by Inca but destroyed by Spaniards. Its kinda disturbing how someone attacks your beautiful home! Its mindblowing how with utter perfection, the Incas have created temples and palaces in caves of mountains In my trip to sacred valley, met Stewart dai from Idaho. We spoke a lot of Nepali ...
... larder of 50 odd guinea pigs and dozens of chickens! Supper is had a local restaurant and we attempt to order the meal of the day, but our order becomes muddled and Paddy and I end up with two 'ala carte' main courses, both of which were gigantic and we couldn't eat. What we had thought was our main was served first and the soup was served second. Ah well, that's what happens when you don't speak the language. Really it's the only mess up ...