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... temperature and climate which enabled them to create different varieties. On the second half of the tour we visited Maras salt mine. The mountain at Maras contains salt. As the water passes through it carries salt with it. The Incas built over 3,000 pools to capture this salty water. In the dry season (not now) the water evaporates and they harvest the salt. After a very reluctant goodbye and one last trip to the market, I departed Cusco for ...
... messy. Or maybe both!! But one thing is for sure. They liked the paper hat demonstration! :) There is one little boy, Josue Manuel, that is so funny. He's so adorable and always wants to show me something. Like climbing the monkey bars, or his guns made of Lego (which he hides from the other boys) or his drawing etc. he was esp messy with the paints! He is one of my favourites. One because he warmed up quickly, but he's just so sweet! We ended up going to a nearby sports park with ...
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 ...
... resting our very tired legs!!! The next morning we were awake very early, around 5.30am with coca tea and warm water, ready to trek 16 kms of some stem inclines and some declines. This day is the longest for distance, but we found this day easier than the others as we were getting acclimatised to the altitude, and went along at a good pace without struggling for breath. We passed more amazing Inka City ruins at Sayacmarca and Phuyupatamarca. ...
... delicious hot breakfast. Over breakfast, our guide Jose presented us with two very interesting options for the day (this was not discussed or advertised on the trekking website but was a pleasant surprise). It's important to note that, at this point, Jose has made it clear to us that we are to refer to typical tourists as "pumas". These are the types that take a train to Machu Picchu or just go on a ...