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... forest floor, among the foliage was a large stick...not just any stick, the PERFECT walking stick. He was to be my best friend for the next day and a half. Enter Stickington. Got to the river and put our bags (and Stickington) safely in the boat. Made a raft. Rafted down the river to our lodge (1hr). After confirming that there was no dangerous wildlife in the merky waters (electric eels, alligators, caiman, piranha) we followed ismael's lead and jumped into the water. It was ...
... the sun began to set, however, the colour drained away and a murky grey took it's place. Meanwhile Kate opted to observe and take pictures and videos. Scott and Karen jumped right in. Their squeals and gasps were enough to convince me that this was an awful idea. I got as far as squatting position before chickening out. I yelped and jumped up out of the water in the opposite direction. Clambering for my clothes, I felt like I had somewhat let myself down. ...
... drawing in the sand which they believe dates back to the Nazca lines or even prior to them. When we got to Nazca we set up camp in our tents for the first time and relaxed by the pool. Unfortunately it was far too expensive to do the Nazca lines flight so I made the most of the sun and pool while I could instead.
After Nazca we continued to head south into Peru towards Puerto Inca, the port that the Incas used to deliver fish and food from ...
Another early start and then the inevitable round of collecting people from hotels all over the city. Like a city tour in fact but without commentary. Finally on our way in a very comfortable bus with a very clear English speaking guide who was very knowledgeable and passionate about the history and his beautiful country. The tour became a true saga of the Incas, their construction techniques and astronomy. We drove over ...
... After the breakfast with eggs and some fresh orange juice my mood had improved drastically so I decided to look around for information on Machu Picchu treks before calling home. It was crazy to get differences in prices of 400 dollars for what they were selling as identical treks and service offerings. Eventually I decided to hold off on booking a tour in order to feel better before going trekking. However I quickly crashed once again and went for ...