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... anyway an argument started and the South American passion showed its ugly head. If they were as passionate about their work the economy would be thriving. Security came and eventually the noisy group were moved to the other end of the lounge. Ben and I went for a walk and found the duty free, we bought some alcohol and wandered around some of the other shops. We headed back to the lounge to wait with free food and drinks before we board the plane ...
... not a tree in sight, thin air, springs of water coming out of the ground, and the brown muddy river sourcing from the base of the glacier. We almost got sunburned tongues from our mouths hanging open in awe. Will let the pictures below tell the rest ... although they don't do justice.
... erected a pretty small statue of the Virgin Mary. It was a pretty straighforward climb, and often some okay views of the city, though a lot of them were obscured by foilage on the hill. The idea was to stay up there for sunset, but the sky looked too muggy for anything decent, plus we had arrived way to early so we headed back down. We did actually manage to catch the sunset further down which was also as it happens a better spot to view it from. ...
... even though one night I must have downed at least 4. What they should have warned me about was the insane amount of meat that is consumed during these festivities. Now that is really peligroso! I partook in the consumption of anticuchos (which are simply meat kabobs) and choripan (which is really a glorified version of a hot dog), and by the end of the week…who am I kidding…by the end of the 3rd day, I had seen enough slabs of pig ...
... br> am just not a natural at it. I love
people who are though. I usually get
along well with that type.
With that being said, I have been doing pretty well meeting
people. I realized that we are all away
from home and just want someone to talk to.
I appreciate all of the other volunteers here. We all come from different backgrounds and we
all have different stories and different reasons that ...