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... make it all the way through to the end of the trip! I'm writing exclusively on my phone, so please forgive any weird autocorrect sentences. Just as a heads up, this blog will go silent for a span of 3 to 5 days when we're out in the rainforest and hiking Machu Picchu (respectively). All that said, thanks for reading, and I hope you ...
... small village with absolutely nothing else in it. We stopped to get fresh fruit slushy's and got served by a guy with bars over the window. Most of the shops in these little places are the same with the bars. We stopped on the way for traditional bread baked in ovens very similar to the pizza ovens. We then came back to Lima and had traditional slow cooked then charcoal cook chicken. Just yum! Free afternoon today and after cooking our fish lunch on the beach tomorrow we are flying to ...
The last few days have finally caught up with me. Not a great starting point for a 24 hour bus ride. I taxied to the very swanky bus dept only to be told it was the wrong one. The right one was considerably less swanky, and a bit of a cattle market. I was buffered around a couple of different kiosks until I got to the where I was supposed to be. Here there was some problem with the tickets, which took the girl a while to figure out and about as long as to convey to me. Turns ...
... lunch, and dinner! When we got to our dome, we were provided with a fabulous dinner. The camp gave us Carapulca, an authentic Peruvian dish that is like beef stew. It includes dried potatoes, onions, pork, peanuts, and many other spices that make it so delicious. At about 9:00 pm, we head out to sit around a campfire and look at the stars with some other travelers. ...
... was such a great way to learn - really enjoyed it! And luckily, no homework on the first day. We then took a break for a bit after my class and then started the walk to the stunning Plaza de Armas.. About a 15 mins walk from the Maximo Nivel office. As you can see from the attached pictures, it is just gorgeous.. Photos don't do justice and we enjoyed taking some fun pics as well! We then went into the Templo de La Compania. And we kept thinking we were at ...