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Woke up this morning at about 7, had a shower and got ready and sussed out the rooftop terrace of the hotel before going down for breaky at about 8. Back up to the room where we repacked our bags from Machu Picchu. This took longer than expected!
We headed out around 11 to have a look at one of the museums we had tickets for in the hope it …
... cliffs. Balanced on the edge of scarcity and abundance, halfway through the territory I've charted out, finding all my maps insufficient. Tantalized by the rocky whisper of the shore.
But perhaps this bit I wrote while sitting in a certain third story windowsill says it best, if also appropriately enigmatically:
Take me in, pero nunca olvida que soy un ave salvaje con las alas de hambre.
... plan that included Eli on the back of Jonathan’s, Ari and I riding to return two of the bikes, walking back to meet the rest of the family, and Jonathan, Eli and Ari riding back while Noa and I walked. But, taking advantage of the strong winds that day, none of us headed back until Ari flew off the cliff of Miraflores, (tandem with a pilot) over the Pacific Ocean, hovering, then riding the currents back over the city, toward the high-rises, within twenty feet he ...
... heaven!!!! We then went for a swim in the ocean which was lovely and warm and then headed back to the hostel to lay in the sun before dinner. We headed out to find some more seafood for dinner and came across a place that did a mixed seafood BBQ platter for around the equivalent of $12 and it was AMAZING! Prawns, fish, squid, octopus in a delicious sauce and enough for the both of us to share. We've discovered food is very unphotogenic and usually dosnt look very appetising but most ...
... to gods or that the lines and figures are representative of star constellations. We were still confused so we went to the Nazca planetorium to explore the last theory further. The information still wasnt clear but it didnt matter because we were too excited about seeing and taking photos of the moon through an amazing telescope.
Next stop Arequipa, Peru´s second biggest city and gateway to the famous Colca Canyon one of ...
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