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... are laughing fairly uproariously from time to time.
The bus makes a stop at noon. I meet Mark a young fellow from Germany who is also traveling on the bus. He is 30ish, works in business admin and is traveling for a year. He began in Kuba and has traveled his way through Mexico, Central America, Columbia, and is also leaving Ecuador and is on his way to Peru. He is enjoying his travels immensely, a bit standoffish – not overly friendly, and happy to be on his ...
... lots to do, it felt a little lonely. Jose the owner of the hotel took me under his wing. 'Would you like to ride on my quad bike' he asked, 'I will show you around.' That afternoon we headed across the sand flats and up to the church. 'This is the oldest church in the whole of South American' he told me. 'Saint.......came here himself, he placed that cross up there,' and pointed to the cliff edge some hundreds of feet above us. 'It is inscribed in Latin', I will get ...
... Peru that everyone seems to have a job. Although the prep area of the coffee bar is quite small, one person takes your order and your money, then you move to the other side, where someone dispenses the coffee that has just been made by someone else. Very labour intensive! Returning to the waiting hall, I notice two cleaners who constantly mop,the floor and another two young men dressed in security type clothing who seemed to wander around doing absolutely nothing ...
... logged in this collection (some pots could be male or female), there is a distinctive pot in another collection. Hence, as we already know, being gay has been around a long time! Getting to the Largo was easy, a short taxi ride costing 10 soles (about 2ish quid), but I had to argue for a good fare on the return journey as the first driver outside the museum wanted 50 soles, the second 25. In the end I walked a while on the street, realised I was getting ...
As the write up said, the bells right outside my window rang at 15 min intervals from 6am, but the market still looked to be slow getting started, so stayed in my warm bed bit longer. The market was spread out along a number of streets, with wheelbarrows being the de rigeur method of goods transportation – streets have been recently paved and "cemented" with mud and manure from the look & smell of them after the ...