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... 8211; had to have leisure time. In addition there were numerous days of celebrations. And yet immense feats of building took place.
For example consider the situation of the adobe cities of Chan Chan where each King had a complex that was closed up when he died. These complexes were not a gathering of huts but a huge complex with dimensions measured in kilometers.
Other indications that the priests did an effective job are evidenced in the museum display on the ...
... the monument, we see a bunch of men running, piggybacking, and walking up the hill. Turns out the army do their morning runs up the hill to the statue before forming lines and jogging down yelling out their army cheers. Pretty cool things to see. We move onto the soldier holding the Peruvian flag statue and get a brief history as to why Peru and Chile aren't the best of mates. This statue was the guy to stand and fight for Peru down in the South during the Pacific ...
After our crazy day at carnival we headed back to La Paz and manged to walk back to our hotel at 3am safe and sound and crashed out til morning.
The next day we were lucky to book the last 2 seats on the smelliest bus to take us from Bolivia into Peru. Now Peru was never on my list of places to visit as I spent 3.5 weeks travelling around with my littlest sister about 10 years ago. Richard was supposed to just do ...
3 fights, no issues
made 3 new friends on flights
arrived in Lima at 2am, arrived at hostel at 3am
spent next day walking around Lima with Marc, sunburned, foods, pleasant day.
This day started the day before this day started. I awoke early and my mother drove me to the airport for 730am. My flight was already delayed by 30 minutes so I was getting flashbacks of my last 2 trip starts (with cancellations and heart attack emergency ...
... be a tourist in Peru and how young girls are always silly and drink alcohol in cusco before the inca trail and struggle. This would have been fine except he cycled 3 or 4 times saying the same things. We now know he is actually really fun and knows an outrageous amount about everything in Peru. The intrepid travellers Sarah: looked familiar when I saw in the hotel lobby on meeting day. Turns out I worked with Sarah (doctor) in the RAH on ortho. David: mid 30s, from Aus. Worked ...