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Travel Blogs from Tacna
... find ways to place our suitcases to allow room for all. My roommates are Erna and Stephanie.
Today we toured two of the projects after a little extra time to catch up on some sleep. First we went to Tupac Amaru II, a secondary school that contains an English as a Second Language after school program, as well as the Hands for Health hygiene project. This school is in a more developed community. We toured the school and heard about the ...
... were told a brief history about the ruins and how modern Lima was established.
Tomorrow we fly to Cuzco for a few days and then start our Inca Trail tour!
Things we have learnt so far;
No one in Lima wears shorts (except Nikita)
Nikitas new Spanish name is Nikito (we made that up)
Miriam can't live without a hair straightener
Look to your RIGHT when crossing the road!
Until next time!
The worst backpackers EVER!!
... tents so we got almost all wet, was so crazy! That night nobody could sleep as we were dying of cold. We set up the fire some minutes after the raining stopped but the most worthly thing was the double rainbow we could see! It was incredible! The show keeps going with the clouds under us! Because literally we were over them. The sunset was speechless with those orange colors and the full moon with the perfect shape and bright ...
... in the cheaper country. We drove through no mans land and across the boarder line painted on the road before queing to get into Peru. It was no surprise that the entry cards our driver sold were piled up high and were given out for free, but that's how it goes. Not quite understanding the immigration lady we believe that we have up to 3 months here based on the foreign office website. After just 25 minutes we were in Peru. We jumped back into the car and the scenery did ...
... if we ate Peruvian. But hey there is only so much guinea pig, tough chicken and rice one can take! Cusco and Lima food was the most expensive of the trip but they also had the best food and lovely restaurants! So all in all it was worth it, but the savings we made in Bolivia we blew in Peru, however still on track with the £1000 per month by the looks of things (hurrah!!). Travel mileage: We endured our longest bus trip in this country of 20hrs (was supposed to be ...