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... by Maximo Nivel staff who took us to the headquarters for a quick tour then off to our home stay for the next month. However it ended up being a volunteer house.. Yes! So there are 14 volunteers here and I am roommates with a Canadian and an Australian. Everyone seems really cool. After settling in and eating a quick breakfast we were off to celebrate Carnival! Lucky is we arrived on the last day of Carnival when the city has a huge water fight, ...
... saying Hannah Baynham but no such luck! Instead I was treated to a swarm of Peruvian men all wanting me to get in their taxi.. Which would have been lovely had I gone to the trouble of finding out the address of my accommodation... Eventually I got here though and it's a lovely little place - super quirky and generally quite lovely... Everyone is really lovely, all ...
... we reckon they must have had some purpose other than an ancient form or graffiti, but our cursory research to date has not yielded any answers.
We are sorry to be leaving Chile, a country that really took us to its heart, but time and budget demand that we must move on if we are to see all that we still wish to see. Next stop Peru, where we plan to visit some historic sites and maybe discover why Paddington wears a duffel coat and sou’wester!
Ciao for now
Liam and ...
Hello again! We have begun our exploration of Cusco. The first night here we quickly grabbed a bite at a fast food roasted chicken place. It was definitely a locals spot and we stuck out like a sour thumb. The food was pretty good (though I chose not to eat the chicken heart floating in my soup) and it was neat to see how the locals eat out (with a pretty racy telenovela blasting the whole time). We then retired to our hostel, where we were surprised to find out that we would ...
... from this point until we rounded a corner and the extent of the site manifested itself. I struggled with the altitude but did manage to get to the top. Apart from the living quarters, baths, temples and fortress, there is extensive agricultural terracing. You’d think, by now, I’ve seen so many ruins they merge into a bunch of rocks, but each site I have visited never fails to impress.
Lunch was at an open air restaurant in Urubamba, ...
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