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... and pathways and the great outdoors. I love scrabbling over rocks and over streams and achieving a height that is battered by a high wind. I love the shade of trees on hot days and laughing hopelessly when far from home and it starts to rain. All of my best stories and strongest memories begin with a walk to some place. The vast city of Lima was being so kind to me, but something was missing. I had seen more than I could have hoped for, I had made many great friends and I was ...
... the terminal and booked another overnighter. After the last trip, an overnight bus was not our preference but there was no other option. Zarela also suggested that just behind her Casa we would find a seafood restaurant; it was filled with locals, (always a good sign) and served an amazing plate of ceviche. The town had reasonable museums which we explored. After a long hunt for a good coffee shop, we gave up; surprisingly, good coffee is hard to find in ...
... Our room had a private bathroom and duvets on the beds - luxury compared to the norm in Peru. The communal area had a 180° panoramic view of the mountains; beautiful to look at while eating breakfast, and then in the evening there was a log fire greeting you as you returned from your treks.
Food-wise we ate out a couple of times experiencing our first taste of Tacu Tacu (rice and beans mashed and fried) and a quinoa, rice, egg ...
I had a really nice day today at the Pastoruri Glacier, even though I was affected noticeably by the altitude for the first time. I started the day out with a nice breakfast at my hostel, and then got picked up by my tour at 9:30am. There was a full bus load of us, and most of them were Peruvians, but I got a seat next to a family of Israelis, so I got to speak to them on the way to the glacier. It was a father, son, and ...
... cemetery which partially survived and
was where most of the few survivors were as well. As you walk up to the top of
the hill of the cemetery you can see the depth of rubble that covered the town
which is many metres thick. As it started to get dark we had a chance to walk
around the site and saw a couple of piles of bricks that was all that remains
above ground of the church and the rusting squashed remains of a tour bus.
After we left the ...
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