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... if you can help it you'd rather not go. It's Not every day you go for a morning wee whilst a cow stalks you outside the toilet door. After breakfast and tormenting a chicken, which outsmarted us, the walking commenced again, today being along the river so a day to be eaten alive by Mosquitos and little black flies. The heat was a killer, we walked for around 6 hours along the river trying not to stand ...
... Japan!! ;-)
For Daniel, it definitively cleared the tension created by the previous group as he was more relaxed and joyous after this. Christine too. I think I was my usual self :-)
Alright, this could go on for a long time, we have a few stories like this but you probably need to get onto other things..?!
The next days we visited two other sites which were both good and provided big valley views and more inca ruins. On the third day we did a bit ...
... sand traps; and so should it, why should anyone have the right to direct a movie you are the star of. I can say with subtle certainty that as strong as us testosterone filled fists and ***** are physically, I have seen rabbet pit bulls of men turn to **** struck Persian kittens at the hands of a beautiful woman aware of the power she possesses. I started this entry with the intention of speaking of my night at a Peruvian club and unknowingly got as off topic as I did purposely when ...
... We travelled along a river that fed the valley precious water for crops. Unfortunately the water is getting very low, due to climate change. As we descended down through the valley, the vegetation changed drastically and become more jungle like with vines, and trees. High up in the mountains we saw two of the sacred glaciers. The glaciers are melting so fast, they predict they will be gone in 15 years. The end of the train ride was at a small town ...
... bins spilling over with quinoa, and more types of potatos and corn than we've ever seen. The women working at the market were remarkable too. Women of all ages, busy selling their wares, cooking, gossiping, even butchering and handling all sorts of offal without the slightest sense of trepidation. Strong, hardworking, and fearless these Peruvian women are. After a quick Chicken soup for me at one of the many stalls (could not convince Michelle to ...