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... to enjoy the views on our little walk today, and during lunch since we had both had a good nights sleep and plenty of food:) Sat on top of the boat back to copacabana, practicing our Spanish from the phrase book on the way and being careful to cover up as the sun is sooo strong on isla del sol (it's not called that for nothing!) Arrived back at our hostel and had time for a quick shower. Jack went to pay for our room but we had forgotten to include the laundry cost so jack ...
My body clock woke me up at the Peruvian time of 7am. Once we had both dressed and breakfasted (even the cheap coffee here is insanely good) we gave it two attempts at sightseeing. I made it my mission to ensure Kate got a chance to see all that Lima had to offer before returning to the US - only problem was even I did not know what Lima had to offer. And subsequently our first sightseeing attempt basically involved mulling around the streets of Lima, avoiding ...
... to hustle the locals at their own game after weeks of the other way around.
I finally wound down my stay here with a few relaxing days in Mancora in the countries north. After weeks of hiking and altitude it's been a nice seaside getaway of surfing, swimming, and sinking bulk ****. I tried the local San Pedro cactus, which turned out to be rather potent (get your google on), and relaxed with my friends, for whom a few were on their final stop of the trip.
Ecuador and the Galapagos ...
... around Arequipa as we could see them today and then further along the three semi dormant volcanoes a little further out one of which was Ampato where Juanita was found along with the other child mummies.
Then we drove through Arequipa's national park which was set up to protect Vicuna among other things. Vicuna are essentially skinny, posh llamas. Their wool is extremely soft but also much rarer ...
... the bag of laundry weighed in at 9kg - the heaviest of our trip so far.
With the laundry organised, we set off in search of a cafe with internet and came across a Starbucks by the plaza. We were trying to look for some reputable companies for tours to Machu Picchu.