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... engine. Why did we have to know that?
The flight Toronto was fine except there were no snacks, no pretzels, no cookies, NOTHING. They run the buy this overpriced food cart thru the aisles about 4 times. I did have 2 cups of lukewarm tea.
The real adventure was YYZ to LIM.
No tv screens on the back of the seat
No ear phone jack on the arm rest.
We learned they stream movies and tv shows over an internal wifi network on ...
... Henry mentioned, four flights down, five to go. Also, earlier tonight, Henry mentioned after flying to New Zealand (14 hours) he said he'd never travel again. Homesickness has set in. It's been a week and I'm tired of the suitcase lifestyle. Hopefully seeing the Moai will cure this. I am excited about the "vacation" part of the vacation. My spanglish has improved. So I have that going for me, which is nice. (2) (1) (2) ...
... was awesome! About 90 minutes before the flight, I saw they assigned me a seat. I chilled a little bit longer and an hour before the flight, I headed to the gate. We boarded the flight on time, and the flight even pushed back early. As soon as we took off, I was out like a light until we landed in Dallas. That ends the Peruvian adventure!
Overall, I LOVED my time in Peru! The Sacred Valley Ruins were a pleasant surprise to do on Day 1, and would ...
... in 300-400 A.D. It was built before Incas. Incas was the main tribe in Peru and finding the old ruins being built before Incas was very amazing and shocking to people in Peru. It was buried under huge hill until 1980’s. The tribe, Wari, lived there and they built walls around the site and they built with small 2x5 rectangles and put it next to each other. Together, the rectangles formed a wall…it was ...
... So over the first week I explored the city, went surfing, and spent a lot of time at the hostel. The staff there were really nice. Some closer to my age, others not so much. Regardless I found it easy to talk to them about traveling and lifestyle differences in different countries. I felt comfortable there, cooking in the kitchen, hanging out on the rooftop, and even sharing a dorm room! Dorm rooms: ...
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