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... Peruvian woman clothes and clutching a lamb, hoping to make a few pennies from tourists who wanted a snapshot of something more than a bubbly puddle. We see these little old ladies everywhere, with their witch’s shoes, woolen socks, colourful skirts and tall, tall hats. We try to steal their image from around corners, or from afar with super-zoom, without having to pay them. Disgraceful, I know; I used to hate it when people did that to me in Asia.
I had a freaking awful sleep last night- The jet lag took a day to catch up to me. I think I got about 2 very disturbed hours of rest, and then I was awake from 3:30. The cars on the streets do not go more than 2 seconds without blowing their stupid horns. Even at 4am. Who the hell are they honking at? I also had an eye (both eyes allergy) to the point they were both so red and sore. I put steroid cream on my eyelids. Says the pharmacist. I then had ...
... flirting- badly, taking his top off again - it was freezing by this point, referring to a German guy as dutch - claiming they were more or less the same thing, and pointing out another lady's roots in her hair! Hot chocolate and popcorn couldn't come quickly enough and unable to bear anymore we retired to our tents until dinner was served. The Canadian had obviously moved to sit next to the argentinian girl and dinner was yet again awkward, it was nice however when one of ...
We have arrived in Cusco after a 10 hour overnight bus journey. A protest in town and lots of resulting traffic meant it was a rush to the bus station and touchand go if we were going to make the bus – but we made it on ok.
Our hostel for the next couple of days was the Kokopelli hostel which was originally an old colonial building. When we got there it was 6am and pretty cold which we hadn't expected but was because we were so high up. Our room wasn’t ready ...
... in at these big ruins on the side of a hill just before our final camp site - these massive grassy terraces. At this point we had descended quite a way down and it was finally sunny and warm! So we sat on the edge of the terraces enjoying the sun and the impressive views. Then we carried onto our final camp site only a 10 minute walk away. There we had a lunch, and then had the afternoon to just relax.
There was originally supposed to be 15 people in our tour ...
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