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Day Seventy - Thursday 15th November 2012
Our hostel had only had a double room available for one night and the hostel we wanted to stay in wasn't available until the next day, so we needed another hostel for the night. After looking around for an hour or so, we opted for a small hotel on the same street as our first hostel and moved our …
... island life. We boarded our cruiser again, this time for about a two to three hour run across the lake to the island of Amantani. The sun beat down and the water was blue. Somehow you sort of loose the fact that this is a lake. We did pass the odd small boat fishing, drag fishing with nets, but they were very small. On arrival at Amantani, we met with our host family. Despite this being just Karen and myself, we were joined by George, a tall handsome 22yr old. (Turned out he ...
... hadn't fulfilled our need for adrenaline, we booked to go zip lining. Unfortunately, Nick was sick on the day we had it booked (love sick perhaps...we'll never know). So Hamish, Dave, myself and 2 Norweigan girls set off. The 1 hour drive was interesting as it was through the countryside. It must have been ploughing season as we passed at least 10 farmers ploughing with bulls. Most of them were ploughing no more than an acre ...
... the large flocks of pigeons gathering around my feet and flying past my nose; noisy groups of teenagers with bags of birdseed were the culprits. Taking a gentle stroll back the way I had come for half a block, I reached the grey archway of the Santa Catalina monastery, stone-carved nun checking out all new visitors on entering. Sitting on a bench seat before going in, I observed a smartly dressed man in a Panama hat, cheerfully directing exiting tourists towards an ...
... or other natural disasters. The children would be left alive upon a mountain after being feed a potion from a trumpet flower, acting as a hallucinogenic causing them to sleep for days. The Inca believed the gods were mad at them however it was not explained why young females few chosen. After exploring the ruins we gathered the last of our supplies for the trek, including rain ponchos as the last group of hikers had experiences rain on most ...