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... time. Again we brought some more colouring books and activity books. We also printed out a bunch of connect the dots and spanish word searches for the boys. The older boys stayed outside and did a bunch of yard work and the little boys came into the school room and did activities with us. The boys all loved the paper hats. I thought they might get bored but they all made them and wore them and decorated them. We all looked like Robin Hood or pirates. We made the hats ...
... t in there either. 2nd clothes wash in almost 3 months, the height of cleanliness. I then got by normal Natwest debit card and went to the bank to try and get cash with that. That didn't work either! I went to Peru Treks to ask of I could pay tomorrow which luckily they agreed too as they're quite strict about going there 2 days before the hike. On the way back we picked up a small bottle of rum each for about £1.50 as it was karaoke night ...
... their national flag is also the one representing the gay pride movement....although wouldn't it be great if they did and a mountain town in the middle of Peru is the hub of rights leaders, can imagine a Liberachi James Bond type sitting on top Matchu Pitchu....maybe thats why cher keeps playing everywhere and all the souvenirs are in hot pink or white alpaca hair.... So off to bed and have one last shower for 4 days...maybe one last Simpsons too. Ompie full moghie ...
... edge of the canyon were very pretty, especially with the splashes of green from the terraces. We walked down to the river where there are frequent hot springs due to this being a volcanic region. We walked to one of the hot springs for a dip. The water was lovely and warm, but full of dead flies. Back at the hotel we had a lovely dinner with a glass of wine - trout for David and Alpaca steak for me.
The next day we woke early and David got very excited ...
... 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">It took 1 hour and 40 minutes, which was the longest time spent on the bus between stops all day, to reach our first stop in Pukara for Museo Alcra. We were quickly guided to the small museum which holds some remains from the pre-Inka culture. They had some famous Pukara toritos, statues that were placed on the roofs of houses for protection. They were originally llamas but were changed to bulls after the ...