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I know we've been back for over three months, but I still think it’s fitting to do some sort of final month and trip wrap-up, since we hit the ground running back in August and didn’t have time for a while.
First of all, some thoughts about July. The two most popular tourist cities in Peru are Arequipa and Cuzco, and we visited both of them. In some ways, they’re similar, they both have giant plazas, big cathedrals, colonial buildings, and are ...
... in my pajamas to the local pharmacy. Mum was right (as per) I had heat exhaustion and needed to get some energy drinks and get as much rest as possible. I then went back to bed for a bit and spent hours on FaceTime to the one and only Emily Simmonds, who of course had little sympathy but soon cheered me up. I was and still am gutted I had to waste a day in bed, but my health comes first. That night I had a walking tour booked at 7 which I really didn't want to miss, so I got ...
... I am being diligent about it. We went to lunch at a little strip mall. Mr. Dehning and I were those awkward people who walk through the drive through ATM to get money out for the students. Their options seemed endless! Chinese, Italian Deli, Indian, Chinese, a Roy Rogers, and so much more! Almost all the kids chose to go to Subway, Dunkin’ Doughnuts, and Starbucks! Creature comforts? I guess so.. I went to the Indian restaurant. I was the only person in ...
... does make for a huge foyer area that is just a meeting place.
After the museums I got out of the cold, though not before spotting a police/FBI car. Is that not just a car with an identity crisis? It was movie night at the hostel, and though that seemed to involve just watching the comedy channel it passed the time. As people disappeared from the too-small living room, I gradually upgraded from hard chair through edge of sofa to proper seat. Good for my sense of progress.
... only know once I get there because I have read such a plethora of reports who knows what it's like. I am not even sure I am allowed to do it because I won't have a work an holiday visa like all the youngsters.
All I know is I am ready for an adventure. It's time to do this travel stuff with a completely open mind and no fear of the unknown. I have been talking about wanting to go to New Zealand for four years so now it's finally time.