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... be managed with coca leaves, healthy diet and ibuprofen.
- In hot environments wear light colored clothes and shoes, drink a lot of water and eat fruits, and if you are feeling ill, find an air conditioned room/car and ice cooled drinks.
- In cold environments wear wool socks, light long underwear and bring a hat, scarf/buff and gloves.
- Don't be afraid to be impolite to say no, or walk away. Follow your instinct.
- Don't ...
Rose early in Caracas to catch a plane to Lima via Panama. There were disputes with my co-travelers as the wether bangs heard last night were gunshots or fire crackers. Regardless we had survived the murder capital of the world. It was midday in Lima when I arrived. I scored a taxi who would drive me to Miraflores. The route would take me along the coast where there were thousands of surfers in the water. The waves were thick and rolling in in high sets. The water however ...
... and offered us and the kids orange juice and coke. They assured us that the bags would come on the following day's Newark-Lima flight, and we would have them in hand before it was time to go home.
By the time we got our arranged car downtown to the hotel, it was 4am as we were checking in. But after two very full days in the same clothes, a shower and clean sheets were just what the doctor ordered, and everyone slept in.
... Ioan, Lewys and Nina snorkel. The sea is choppy with swells, the visibility is very good and the water is warm. Lewys and Nina manage really well in the rough sea. We see a galapagos shark, big wrasse, a big spotted eagle ray and 6 large peruvian marble rays. 15:45 back on boat 16:15 wet landing on beach at Gardner Bay. Ioan stays on boat. The white sand beach is full of sea lions. It's quiet and peaceful. 17:30 back on boat, beer and pizza. Watch sunset on top deck. 18:15 ...
... the Inka Pharmacy, and turning off the AC in the room. Feeling a bit better today, we headed out from Pucallpa. As opposed to the previous day where we went in a normal shuttle bus, this time a 4x4, steel re-enforced Toyota Helix Pickup Truck was there. I didn't really think about why at the time, but would quickly understand.
Today our destination was the actual location of the Natural Gas well. I was told it would take around ...