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... transform him into Latin America’s most iconic revolutionary figure.Tupac Amaru’s political aims were modest at first. He claimed to act on the Spanish king’s behalf, expelling corrupt Spaniards and abolishing onerous taxes. But the rebellion became increasingly bloody as it spread throughout Peru and into parts of modern-day Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. By late 1780, Tupac Amaru and his followers had defeated the Spanish in ...
... Mountains, rivers, cute little mud brick villages with the houses all having 2 little oxen, a cross and Peruvian flag. Sometimes there's also a little ladder symbolising strive for success. On the journey we enjoyed a fabulous musical performance by a great local band whose repertoire consisted of anything from the William Tell overture to rock around the clock to traditional Andean music using traditional instruments as well as saxophones, guitars and ...
... to make sure they got home before dark. A few stayed for sunset and then had to negotiate the tracks in the semi dark. Fortunately everyone made it home OK eventually. Our hosts were really welcoming and helpful and although the houses were really simple, we were comfortable, warm and well fed.
There was an optional party to attend but we all decided we were too worn ...
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... mind you so do I. Benita then lead us to the main square where we met all other family's and their tourists. We then hiked up 500 meters to 4000m above sea level to watch the sun set. Pretty amazing sight and very tranquil. Then it was a dash down before it got pitch black, we just made it. Back to Benitas for dinner - vegetable soup followed by veg type dish with rice. Muña tea also. Then for the big surprise - having us dress up in their ...