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... manual labour is nay me forte but this was another level*. Exhausting. I certainly never thought I would hear the phrase 'don't worry' as a pre cursor to 'it's only dynamite'. Pick up the phone guys, call the number at the top of your screens. Back to Lenny in the studio. The four days we had in Sucre, Bolivia's second city were largely spent debating whether we were fit to eat or whether it would merely result in further use of one of the hostel's trinity of thrones. ...
... to Santa Catalina where they had to pay a dowry. It didn't sound like much fun!
In the main section of the monastery there are a number of roads named after Spanish cities, each lined with the nun's old houses. We learnt that before the reformation, many of nuns had servants tending to their needs! It sounded like a fairly luxurious existence. However, after the change, it became a much more humble existence, with the nuns then living, sleeping and cooking as a community.
... Best moment: skyping with mum and dad and managing to Skype with one of my close mates Travis. It's always nice speaking to loved ones back home Worst moment: not being able to get to sleep knowing I had to wake up at 4:45am .. Not sure why my brain was so wired Banana moment: being in the middle of conversation with Aaron and having to quickly run to our bathroom... Yep, the dairy from yesterday's dessert had kicked in. The cake and custard was still totally worth it though ...
... were complaint about the sickness, lol. In about fifteen minutes later, I signed them where are you going to? On the way to Lima? They asked me "you signs, ASL?" I silent yes, they signed me no wonder they were annoying by me because I was stared them lol. two ladies are from China and a guy from Honduras where they are currently students in Gallaudet. I told them, I was ...
... br> tell it was a worry because the driver wound up the windows and locked the
doors. Fortunately they were drunk and took no notice of us nearby. We were
then at the terminal which was the usual chaotic scene outside. We were on a
Cruz del Sur bus where we had awesome business style reclining seats and our
own personal tv monitor (you could choose your own movie or show and many were
in English!) for the long trip to Cuzco.