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... to take was only scheduled to leave that afternoon. And that would be cutting it a bit too fine to catch my flight to Quito. So after dithering for a while I decided to take a similar, but different tour, which included the "Gold museum". The gold museum turned out to the a private collection, and not really a museum at all, more a private collection. However, it was actually fairly interesting, despite my misgivings. It included a vast array of other ...
... were only the 4 of us in the buggy ... This may have been lucky as the back row rattled all over the place as we hit bumps in the dunes - we were glad we didn't sit in it!! It wasn't the most comfortable or exhilarating ride - the path along the dunes was fairly tame, broken up by the odd bump which the buggy took like a tank hitting a brick ball (messy). We got out of the buggy at the half way point for photos before climbing the dunes a little further and getting on ...
... and 3 girls from Leeds – another Sophie, Naomi and Rose) got into the games and smashed the geography round, winning all 6 of the free drinks on offer. We were then basically told that we weren’t allowed to answer any more questions. Things then got a bit weird when one of the girls from our surfing lesson earlier that day got involved in a game up on the stage for a free bus ticket around New Zealand (worth about £300). She got so into it, it looked like she ...
... of Cusco
Manco Capac, the first Inca (lit. "king"), emerged from Lake Titicaca and the sun god Inti entrusted him with a golden staff. Even today, Puno Day, November 5, is marked by a ceremony in which Manco Capac arrives by raft. Accompanied by his sister-wife Mama Ocllo and his brothers, Manco Capac began searching for the q'osqo (navel of the world), where the Earth would swallow the ...
Independent travellers like to be in charge of creating their own itinerary, choosing accommodation and transport. Sometimes due to lack of time, restricted options or economy of scale you are lured into taking a tailor made tour, effectively handing over control to some "Dodgy Brothers Tour Company". Here is a slightly tongue in cheek but accurate account of our "Tour to Macchu Picchu".
We decided to take the two-day mini-bus trip to ...