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... I think the effect is that I become a better and more whole human being. Somehow the vulnerability of being in a foreign place amidst a foreign language means that my 'stronghold layers' are not an option. Easier for heart to connect to heart I guess. Anyway. It's now 2:30am here and I've been awake for a very long time and so will put an end to these philosophical ramblings. (PG - I'm even giving you a run for your money on this one! hehe) La paz sea con vosotros, LT ...
... are known for the wildlife that presides there. We were told to expect dolphins, penguins, sea lions and about a million birds... After about 2 minutes on the boat we spotted a family of dolphins swimming in the bay.
It was about a 45 minute boat ride to the islands and when we arrived the first thing we were introduced to was the pungent smell of birds. Imagine, 170,000 ...
We are now in Yanque which is in the mountains at an altitude of 3400 meters. Breathing became a little more difficult today as we climbed steadily from 2400 meters to a maximum of 4925 meters crossing the Col of Patapampa. We have been chewing on coca leaves which are only legal in Peru but have special virtues for climbers to ease the altitude sickness. We have also stopped for coca tea for the ...
September 17, 2013 - After an early rise and a quick bite to eat we are picked up by our bus for transfer to the Colca Valley. The ride includes a tour guide who doles out a number of facts as we head out of Arequipa including an alternate explanation for the "white city" label. As Arequipa was built by and home to Spaniards with lighter complexions than native Peruvians residents of other regions began to refer to the "white city" because of the white faces of ...
This will be short and sweet. I made it to this third world country again....on purpose! It was a brutal day. Long layover in Atlanta, but the flight was easy. Then, getting through customs with dogs circling you every two minutes, people scrapping for bags and rushing to get in the Immigration line, and no A/C in the immigration area made it even more fun than I could have hoped for. They have no porters inside the immigration ...