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Hola Amigos! We rested up nicely in San Jose for Christmas - binged on a season of classic British murder mystery and social drama (Broadchurch), and have now left Central America behind us. After a quick overnight transit stop in the coastal Peruvian capital of Lima, we're now settling into our first official destination on the South American continent - Cusco. As I write, Kate notes my ...
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... course the altitude) to where we would be staying. We had been warned that there may be no electric or no proper toilet and that we may have to use a bucket in the night and dispose of it in the morning. I was then very surprised when we arrived to the house and that there was a proper banos. The house was lovely - concrete walls, lights, a very cute kitchen and we were given the best lunch. Fresh vegetable soup and then potatoes and fried haloumi cheese. Ola showed us her all of ...
... the first move to swim around the current, back to the boat I followed and got back in as fast as I could. Very glad I got in when I did because shortly after, Anna was bitten by a fish (not a piranha). Turns out when guides say it is 'safe' to do anything, this generally just means you're not 'likely' to die #bolivia. Ismael told us that a group had been left stranded in the middle of the forest after their guide jumped into a 'safe' river, only to be killed by an electric eel. ...
... Steven and Julie had been on the plane back from Peurto Maldonado with us and are also amazingly nice people, we were to find out that we were spending pretty much the rest of the trip with them which was pretty good news! Finally the lovely Yvonne and Liam our tent neighbours for the trek and the third set of honeymooning couples, they are from from Scotland. It ws a great evening and despite the cold and altitude we quite unsurprisingly fell asleep pretty rapidly.