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... a little bit dodgy to me, but it worked), and crossed over that way. Our crossing took a lot less time than our bus's crossing, so while we waited I had my first red banana. Which apparently is a "apple banana", or something like that. Interesting. Anyway, back on the bus we went, and off to Puno it was. My first glimpse of Puno was conflicting - some parts looked very downtrodden, but the lakeside sections looked quite nice. I didn't have time to explore, as my next ...
... hugs all round... and then a well deserved breakfast was had by all....Am i glad i did it?...yes....Would i do it again....Hell NOOOOO! :)
After the trek went to a lil town and this is where i got my fabulous llama selfie so it was defo worth it just for that alone! :)
That night we all went for a fancy amazing dinner to celebrate two birthdays in our group. A couple of glasses of wine later and we were fit for nothing but bed and a very long sleep! ...
... chicken and rice and a really disgusting quinoa and cream pudding which I couldn't eat. The film was Mall Cop 2 which I occasionally watched whilst I put the finishing touches to the blog. I really hope we both get a decent night's sleep as when we arrive in Cusco tomorrow we have a cooking class straight away. That said, I do not hold high hopes as there is a speedometer right in front of us that keeps beeping and displaying the wrong ...
... wrenching 36 hours after we arrived at the Portland
Airport, but nobody cried. We all kept
our mouths shut.
Even though we probably didn’t smell very good, the hotel
greeted us with a cup of coca tea and made reservations for us to have dinner at
a highly regarded local restaurant. We were still careful
to be polite, even though we were barely lucid at this point. All we could think about was a hot shower,
clean clothes, ...
... kilograms so it is impressive to see them in flight. The condor belongs to the vulture family and will fly around 250 kilometres looking for food. The first place I went to look for the birds, I saw two young ones sitting on the ledge. Then within 20 minutes or so I saw a few fly around. Although they are cool birds to see, I'm not really a bird person unless they are penguins or macaws. Therefore, I went back to sit ...