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... a great sunset view, and boy the sunsets there are quite something! Despite being in the highlands and forty minutes from the local town on the first night wer chilling in oscars house and all of sudden he's like a 'hey guys you wanna order some pizza' - so we have take away pizza looking out over the highlands! We got caught in oscars slow lifestyle for a few days - sleeping in hammocks under the stars an going on hikes to waterfalls in the day and takeaway pizza ...
... ceremony was over, but we were so pleased to have been there to experience it.
We were going to walk up to a mirador in the morning to take photos of the town and volcanoes but by the time the ceremony was over, the mist had fallen and once again you couldn't see anything beyond the town center. The temperature also dropped, so after getting a little too much sun in the morning we were back in our fleeces for the afternoon!
Arrived after a freezing cold night bus - so much so that I barely slept at all. Relaxed in the hostel TV/games room for an hour or so ('The Flying Dog'), had a shower then went out for breakfast near the Plaza de Armas. Had a walk around after before returning to the hostel. Jale and I arranged to meet up at 3pm at the Plaza de Armas so tried to get a bit of sleep in the mean time. Met with Jale and the German ...
It's been three and a half years since I left Vancouver (this time around). Now it's time to take the next step and open my own place.
Here we go! 1st Vegan sushi bar in Peru!
By the way, I'll have lot's of competition. There are a dozen vegetarian restaurants in town offering set lunches for $3. And some of the overpriced touristy places have vegetarian options.
... parts of the city. When we got to the tourist information centre we found a lot of people waiting, some of them a g adventures tour group. Just before the tour started the girl said we would split into 2 groups and the g adventures guide said we are a group of 11 so they went with one guide leaving the rest of us about 15 in the other group. Pretty cheeky of him really, g adventure charges about $100 a day and he took them on a free walking tour. The tour started with ...