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... as if you are on top of the world. Brazil made a significant impression on Ginge and I. I feel so lucky to have experienced the World Cup in the home of football (sorry England). Rio is a city that really resonates with anyone that visits. A city that is so rich in culture and full of life. A city that has such diversity and atmosphere. What is so intriguing, is that in the Western world, all we hear about in the media is that Brazil is full of violence ...
... to catch whilst Kathy and I tried to do our inside laughter which lead to tears. Finally we walked over to the gate and laughed as Kathy and I attempted to play football with our now deflated ball (thanks Lan...) which caused more delirious laughter as the ball was not going anywhere. However, now it is 12pm and I'm sitting on a plane whilst the girls sleep. Time for me to join this nap after I have had my ****** airplane ham and cheese sandwich. Buenos nachoes! ...
... the best of times. Finally we made it to our home.
If ever you need to be 'grounded' – to be reminded what a blessed life we live in our first world cultures – then I suggest you visit this island. Our home for the night was adobe brick, our room was up a steep set of stairs outside with a tree branch for a railing, a tin roof lined with hessian sacks, basic bedding and just a light – no powerpoints.
We are called ...
... that I had seen previously, and with some funny hats - these apparently indicate their relationship status; hats with white indicate that they are single, while without white means that they are married.
We continued on to the boat, stopping for lunch along the way, although I was still unable to eat. We took the four hour boat back to Puno, where we farewelled the friends that we had made and took a very convoluted bus back to the hostel, hitting every ...
... and the views we had were phenomenal. We could see Bolivia, we were that close. We met with a couple of local families on Taquile Island, treated to local dancing and customs, before being served a delicious lunch. After lunch we played football with the locals, before handing out toys to the children, who'd arrived back from school. Before long it was time to head back towards the boat, however we hiked to a cool little beach, ...