Los Cerritos de Chaclacayo
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... thing to say to a tired, irate and grubby Australian. I blew up at him in short, giving him a piece of my mind until Jess and Kathy dragged me away from him kicking and screaming. Having our passports detained, this day became a bit ******. We grabbed our bags, had them hand searched again and hit the street to wait for the bus. I kept getting some serious stares as people were wondering what happened with customs and I, I just blatantly stared back, challenging anyone who ...
... sea sick pills – a definite tip for what was to come.
Visibility is down to about two hundred metres because of a fog that sits over Lima for the entire winter months, and virtually does not lift all day. So you have no idea if its a fine day or not, and the sun never pokes through – for three months!
We pass a few islands of some interest – one was once a prison, until a mutiny that killed many inmates ...
... we’d have time to swim or not – now we wished we had.
At 7.00pm we ate dinner in the lively restaurant and enjoyed the company of our fellow travellers over some cold beers. But soon afterwards, jet-lag was starting to catch up with us once again and we had to be up even earlier in the morning – 5.30am (gulp!). So we were in bed fairly early, around 8.30pm, looking forward to a good night’s ...
... br> 7. Coca tea leaves- buy at market and make tea, drink constantly (EcoPackers has free tea- HYDRATE!!!!)
8. Restaurant La Bodega- expensive, but fresh local food. pizza. amazing Tiramisu!
9. South American Explorers Club- Cusco Club house, http://www.saexplorers.org/explore/peru /cusco-sacred-valley Outside of Cusco *sorry i don't have bus info but EcoPackers can probably help
... season", although I know for some people our raining season is just a joke but anyway. We did the second trek in 1:20 minutes, great time along the trek taking pictures.
Some minutes later, after being in the waterfalls we went back to the town to eat, eat and eat! we were starving and I was the feeling to eat a traditional Peruvian soup called "Patasca" that is made from lamb and corns, very taste and after lots of trekking I totally deserved it!