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... good thing. It is horrible! Lisa the German girl comes very close to following me but manages to hold off till we get to the sea lion island.
We heard this island long before we could see it – the sea lions noise sounded like a chant. When it did come into view, what appeared to be kelp all over the surface was actually sea lions! 8000 of them live on this tiny rocky outcrop. As we anchored just off the rocks the noise
As we were still on UK time, we were awake long before the 6.30am wake-up call. We packed our cases again, left them outside our room, then made our way along to the dining room where we were soon joined by Stephen and Alison. Breakfast consisted of cereals, toast, cold meats, cheeses and eggs as well as fruit juice and strong, hot coffee. We had already noticed that the Peruvians like their coffee very strong, and it ...
Puno was just a stop off for Los Uros on Lake Titicaca - artificial floating islands made out of reeds. People live on them full time - surviving on tourism I imagine. They were bouncy to step on but you didn't feel like you were going to fall through. Every so often they put down another layer of reeds (instead of cleaning up). It all smelt a bit like rotting swamp. My mom tried on an outfit - it was very fetching. She also spent all of our money on a wall hanging -I hope it's worth ...
... one night but a bottle of wine and too many games of scrabble at the hostel made that an early night instead. Moving to our next hostel in Miraflores felt like moving to a completely different city, as you are surrounded by a much different skyline and a lot more people in the upscale district. A big mission of our time in Miraflores ended up being the search for a good book to read as we both needed something to pass the time on nights off in hostels where tv is rare and english tv ...
... found the apartment we had arranged, tucked up an alley behind security gates next to the biggest Chifa ( Chinese restaurant) in Barranco. A pleasant enough place even if it did have a faint aroma of special fried rice! We quickly unpacked and decided to catch up on some sleep for a couple of hours. After 30 mins we awoke to the sound of a pneumatic drill right above our heads. The owner of the apartments had omitted to tell us that she was adding ...