Home Sweet Home-Mirador
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... were green mountains with all these beautiful terraced fields and the city right there. It was so nice getting to a place, not having to worry about having booked a hostel or how to get there, etc. as we had someone from the volunteer organization picking us up. All along our many various airport arrivals we said how it would be sweet to have someone waiting for you with your name on a sign. We were slightly disappointed there was no sign, but there was ...
... We ate dinner in the hotel and took a walk around the square.
Laura has a new hat.
Altitude sickness has begun to set in. My appetite has gone, NEVER happens.
Feels like a really bad case of the flu.
The hotel had an oxygen machine which helped. The hotel staff has been extremely helpful.
I will sleep late ...
... out again to find a traveller friend who was staying at another hostel. We arranged to meet at a bar just down the street. The taxi man told us he couldn't go into the street and at first we couldn't understand why, but we soon found out as there was another procession. This time it was groups of men then women, plus bands, all dressed in the most colourful and ornate costumes we have seen to date. Sadly I had left both cameras at the hostel, but one of our friends will put ...
... Matt was cool as a cucumber as usual and as we moved around the mountain to get to the entrance we had to walk along a cliff edge not dissimilar to the one I wouldn't do yesterday at the Inka bridge - in fact worse, so deep breath and a lot of positive talk and I got around only for matt to turn around and do it again just to get a picture of it!! With my stomach in my mouth we started our descent down which has to be the most petrifying thing ive done even topping skydiving and ...
... 2 years of age, have 1 baby per year with a gestation period of 11 months and their life span is only 10 to 12 years.
The Colca Canyon is an area of astounding scenic beauty, and is best known as one of the world's deepest canyons, reaching a depth of 4,160 meters (13,640'), and can most easily be appreciated from the Cruz del Condor, where we would be going the next day. The valley also features an incredible amount of Inca and pre-Inca ...