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Life moves on here in Cusco. I finished my 2nd week of Spanish lessons and I am only a wee bit more fluent in the language from when I first started two weeks ago. It just takes practice and patience I have been told.
Cusco -- full of dogs (not neutered unless for those who are pets and the pet owners spent the money to have them neutered.) Weekly non violent protests about keeping coca leaves legal ...
... boarding at high speeds, this time on sand, and was able to stand up a fair bit! And now that brings me to cusco, a beautiful colonial city with loads of inca ruins and of course macchu pichu, which I will be returning to in April to hike the inca trail with a friend from oz. It's impossible to fit everything I've done so far into this, but I have loved every minute so far and can't believe I have been on the road for 4 months already! Next stop, lake titicaca and ...
... to see the sun illuminate this wonder of the world - the first thing we will see and do in 2015.
THIS MEANS WE WILL BE OUT OF CONTACT COMPLETELY VIA ALL MODES OF TECHNOLOGY (except yodelling) until January 2nd, 2015.
We can't wait to embark on this amazing adventure, and feel very privileged to have the opportunity to do so.
To all back home, happy New Year, stay safe, and we'll be in touch early next year to report on our amazing ...
... m'a dit que ma colonne vertébrale était déplacée et que ma jambe droite était plus courte que ma gauche, il a ensuite offert de me "réparer", je me suis évidemment empresser d'accepter mais un peu inquiet. Il a commencé à me tirer les os qui ont craqué comme je ne les ai jamais entendu. C'était surréaliste. Il pressait sur un muscle douloureux, puis après quelques minutes de déplacement d'os ou ...
We have spent the past 4.5 days in Cusco. The tour is structured so that there are nine nights in Cusco, allowing time for an optional 3 day Amazon Jungle trip and 4 day Inca Trek with one full day in Cusco. We decided it was better value to do the Amazon independently in Columbia. We booked the Inca Trek and Machu Pichu independently as it was also cheaper. Therefore, we have had four full days here in Cusco. And what a city! The drive from Puno was again a full day with ...