Casa De Huespedes Porta
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... a number denoting the total squares needed per circle. Suddenly I hear a little whimper and turn to see another boy with his arm outstretched at me, gleaming. Carlos was a handsome little boy - big beaming brown eyes and short spiky jet black hair and had a bib draped around his neck. He took his pointed and outstretched hand and drew it down towards the empty chair beside him, without taking his eyes off me. I felt honored. I spent the morning assisting Carlos with his counting. At ...
... with tourism. Cusco is estimated to receive around 2 million tourists per year and we felt that this had spoilt the towns unique heritage. It was common to be hassled to buy magnets or stuffed toys from people as you walked down some of the alleyways, but this didn't take away from the overall experience.
We did a community visit to a the sacred valley where we met a group of local ladies in ...
... they swarmed in around them like seagulls on a chip. Everyone in the salon laughed as I put my feet in. It was the strangest feeling I have ever had.. Apparently it makes your feet softer but I don't know my feet well enough to know if it worked. At night, we found the night markets which had hundreds of tiny stalls selling alsorts of ****. Chels discovered she had some impressive bartering abilities. Last night in Mira Flores before heading to Cuzco on a 24hr bus trip. Gonna be ...
Late arrival in Lima, so straight to the leaba. My first day in the city, I was a bit tentative....travelling through the heart of Lima in the dead of night hadn't inspired me too much, but there was a free brekky waiting, so I got up and made my way to the breakfast buffet. And I am glad I did! The breakfast buffet had a lovely rooftop terrace. After a nice mug of coffee, under an umbrelled blue sky, fortified with some purple corn bread, I got my butt out on ...
... beverage, the deep yellow
coloured Cola is light, with a creamy base similar to a banana with
a hint of vanilla.
A few tables away locals were eating their lunch and drinking chicha Mora. I thought
it was a jug of red wine that was served cold. It isactually made
from purple maize, boiled with chunks of pineapple, quince, cloves,
and cinnamon. The maize (corn, is boiled in water until it ...