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... remembered), Lan have a policy of only providing a vegetarian meal to those that confirm 24 hours before the flight. I had not known this and as such the first leg with Lan to Auckland resulted in my food being supplemented with bread roles from first class, although in my opinion this wasn't an entirely bad outcome. Knowing this I stocked myself with some vegetarian food in Auckland, which I didn't actually need as one of the meal options was ...
... as now in the West only, from left to right), and in general the systematisation of knowledge.
But gradually, with the rise of the Law of Non-Contradiction, which limited our ability to appreciate important truths that are not necessarily ...
... an expensive camera on display, a Rolex (even if it is fake - you know who you are Mike!!!!), or a wallet hanging out of your pocket does give a little invite! As with most of South America, the main language in Peru is Spanish. Unfortunately we speak very little Spanish! I had heard that not many South Americans speak English but I don't think I was really prepared for how few there were. Not speaking Spanish should not really have phased us because ...
... Then again, maybe that brings an economic boost that allows these people to maintain tradition. From Puno we arrived at the cultural capital of Cusco, or Cuzco (no one seems to be able to make up their mind on how to spell it). It is a beautiful city filled with history and beautiful colonial architecture. Of course, we were there for the same reason as most other people: to see the fabled Machu Picchu. As soon as we arrived we booked a tour that would drive us ...
... Miraflores, which was obviously a well off/expat area. But there's some nice parks on top of the cliffs next to the beach. You can watch the sunset, but not have a beer unless you don't mind getting in trouble with the cops :) Downtown (or the main historical centre) had well restored buildings and nice plazas. San Francisco church was interesting, except I wasn't a fan of the ...