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... interaction. He also tells us we should go to a pace called Barranco. After leaving Liz the explorer says lets get a cab and go to Barranco. We get in the first one that stops and try to explain to Barranco. We think he gets it and heads off. Two blocks we went, he pulls up, points to a market, tells us $7, we looked at each other, paid and got out laughing. Another amusing epic fail. But we did wander these new markets and also found a man who gave us a tourist guide. So not entirely ...
... goods out of the trailer and into the truck.
We left and headed south across the border in Mexicali. It seemed that we made really good time, but, that was probably due to not dragging the trailer behind us.
It was dinner time when we arrived, but this time of year there is no one in San Felipe and not many restaurants are open. Non of our neighbors ...
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Some thoughts on Peru, as a country. We would recommend Peru to anyone (anyone who doesn't suffer the effects of altitude sickness, that is). We covered fairly extensively south Peru, so this is based simply on our experiences. Aside from some parts of Lima, we felt safe in the country. There are lots of pretty things to see and do. Machu Picchu for us was a definite highlight and is a 'must do'. ...
I actually loved Lima more than I expected to, but I think that was because I was staying in Miraflores which was the upmarket part of town. I felt so safe there. I didn't do much in Lima, but managed to get all my washing done for around £4, even without my mum being around I've still been finding someone to do my washing for me! Apart from wandering the streets, a spot ...
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The first evidence of this comes from about the fourth century BC - just as Greek culture was beginning to pass its peak. For the first time in Western civilisation the left hemisphere's take on the world started to dominate. Until that point, from the sixth century BC onwards, we ...