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... managed to get an aerial to watch tv, in the middle of a lake! A woman was showing is her house and she kept making noises which kind of sounding like she was ******* as it was coming from behind her, turns out she had a baby strapped to her back hidden. We ate lunch on another island, rainbow trout which was yummy, then one of the locals told us about heir traditions. They wear different coloured hats depending on their relationship status and if a boy likes a girl he'll ...
... carried up. The tribe had already set up camp and were watching over us while the sun was setting behind the mountains. We all were on our own journey with nature. It was quite amazing and a lovely day with Pachamama. After the closing rituals and thanking everyone we finally got to eat. What a bliss. These people know how to cook in the middle of nowhere with next to nothing. After a full day of not eating this was just amazing. Singing around the camp fire about Kolibris that ...
... n helped us with our bags When we got inside, it was cleaner than we thought and the room isn't too bad. Very basic but tidy. Oh, and a m*********** above the shower.. the main road was also nearby and it is so loud! Nothing but the soothing sounds of trucks, cars, horns and dogs to help us get to sleep after a gruelling run of flights! Tomorrow we are off to Mira Flores, it's meant to be pretty good so looking forward to it! Time to enjoy our ...
... swinging from the trees - such an incredible sight. Unfortunately, none of them sat still enough for us to get a decent picture. Lake Sandoval is home to the endangered Giant River Otter. Paul said it was rare to see them, but we were lucky enough to se the only otter family that lives there, with one otter munching hungrily on a fish it had just caught. What a sight! Other wildlife encountered included the gami heron, a black cayman, and ...
Then another bus ride to Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Antropologia e Historia del Perú (I'm glad "I" wasn't driving!).
Alejandra used the museum to give us an overview of Peruvian history up to Incan rule. The museum and presentation was informative and provides the foundation for what we start to see tomorrow when we fly to Cusco.
Now, there's time for a little blogging before a reception at 6:30 followed by dinner.
It's been a good day!