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... up on him and talked about how their fathers use to hit them and that he was crying for nothing. It broke my heart. All of the boys are clothed and carry backpacks, but their skin is cracked and they have snot all over their shirts and crusty boogers covering their little noses. They love to build things. One of them built a bow n' arrow, while others built buildings out of Legos. They get bored very very fast, so today was a little tough keeping them engaged. I ...
... There was a draft running along the floor that was cold like the cold you get when you open the freezer and stand there trying to pick out which flavor Popsicle to eat.
We were lucky enough to score the last portable heater from the front desk. When the sweet hotel hombre brought it up, he asked, in Spanish, if I wanted it turned on now, or later. I was wearing my shoes and socks and coat and hat and gloves and scarf standing inside that dimly ...
The first big stop for us in Cusco is the Qoricancha Inca Temple of the Sun, which is now topped by the church of Santo Domingo (the older stones only became evidient after a 1950 earthquake.) We squint our eyes and try to envision this sacred temple and the complex as our guide Alvaro raises his arms and evokes the power of this place, and the splendor that the Spanish had found here and plundered in the ...
... to go at 6. Although it is the beginning of the dry season it has rained there quite a lot so we were given wellies to wear. Unfortunately the office had sent two right feet for Chris to wear.... Despite this we made it to the oxbow lake where we got on a boat and our fab boat drivers paddled us around the lake. We thought we were going to see a grisly end to a heron by a caiman but it flew off just in time. We did get to see the giant otter family which lives there. It is ...
Today, I woke up, said goodbye to Aldo and West, and then Ellie and I took a collectivo from Urubamba back to Cusco. We arrived in the midst of a giant religious festival that took up the entire street for blocks. There were live bands parading with floats and dancers and great food. I took advantage of ...