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... to paintings of local tribespeople. They are supposed to show the party is in touch with the locals, kind of like William Hague and his infamous pint. Peru had an election last year and they are left over from that. Way better than the posters we had, although the danger is you get stuck with party slogan on the side of your house for a rather long time. The journey took us higher into the mountains, at one point to 4,200 feet. This also meant we were on very windy ...
... garlic bread to passers-by on the laneway; a great advertising technique targeting tourists in the area and persuading them to return for supper there. I thought the sign saying "abrir" on the window meant that the entrance was next door where we went from floor to floor, only to discover that there was no connection between the two establishments. We got strange looks from the next door hotel staff but they were very polite. We returned to discover that ...
... our leisurely walk back (leisurely if you don't count the "no grazios" every 2 metres to the street hawkers) we called in at the regional museum. The houses usually have figurines on the roof that combine their two different faiths - two Bulls from the Incan faith, and a cross from the Christian faith. One of the villages we passed through yesterday had no crosses, only bulls. Granny Smith apples are very common (like ...
... to the town at the base of Machu Picchu. As you would expect it was completely swamped with tourists about to visit the inca city. We were in bed early for our 4am start to climb up the 1000 steps to the entrance to Machu Picchu. At about midnight Millie became very ill with food poisoning so unfortunately her and Iain had to stay for an extra night and go the next day. She was so sick that a doctor had to come out to give her some meds but hopefully they will be at Machhi Picchu today ...
... on the mend and Jessie's knee gave way again. We got to the bottom of the mountain at 12:15pm and our guide told us it was only another half an hour until we'd get to our campsite (we'd be staying in lodges). The guide is a nice guy and quite funny, at first he came across quite impatient but we think this is because he's stuck with tourist on new year and he said he's missing out on the beach. We arrived at where we would be ...