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... a lot of time rudely barging and shoulder dropping people who failed to understand walkways were meant to be used in two directions.
A bus back into town would've cost $10, but for around $20 we could take the train back from Aguas to Hydroelectrico, saving the two plus hour walk with all my stuff. Much more appealing. This would also give us more time in town to grab a decent meal. At the train station it was explained that the forgeiner carriage was full but we could go ...
... They also produce chocolate, which was decent enough for me to buy a couple of squares.
Eventually we made it back down to the riverside, and here we had to catch a 'cable car' to cross the raging river (here would've been a good place to go rafting). It was basically a little two person platform where you are pulled across by a guy on either side. 5 sols. Easy money. From here it was a five minute walk to the thermal baths, essentially ...
... in bokivia. Out driver passed everyone, it was raining and his windshield wipers didn't work so he'd stick his had out the window and wipe the water off with a rag. Naturally he'd wait till we were going around a corner. Parts of the road were washed away or under feet of water. He'd just gun it on through. It was terrifying and exhilarating. The only comfort i could take was that he clearly knew the road like the back of his hand and Peruvians taxi drivers are more ...
... on it to prevent disease... After the museum we tried Coy at dinner (guinea pig). I honestly had the tiniest piece because I couldn't picture myself eating Chad and Rex, our late pet guinea pigs. ETs moments Confusion again about duffle bags. And what to pack. Didn't you read the list? Yes I did but what do I need to back. Augusto very angry. Is this jacket a warm jacket? Question asked to Raul in the pre brief. We were discussing sleeping bag hire and including it in the ...
... we had seen for the last 3.5 days, but an experience unto itself. Hendrik, Mila and Bjorn got talking with another G guide who initially had just wanted to relax but ended up teaching them a bunch of history about the Inca that we hadn't learned. While I wanted to sleep, it was hard not to listen to their conversation. An hour and forty five minutes later we had best the crowds out of the train station and were back on our bus heading to Cusco. Neil had ...
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