Travel Blogs from El Valle de Anton
... that I made!
5 ~ Getting off the bus in the middle of nowhere in Peru (Huacachina, Peru)
This was the first time that I truly thought to myself “****, what now.” Luckily for me I had my new Peruvian friend Juan to come and save this little damsel in distress!
4 ~ Having a drunk driver for the salt flats tour (Uyuni, Bolivia)
And we put sooo much effort into trying ...
... made the loudest noise every two minutes. They also decided to talk at full volume throughout this. At 6am. Eventually the girl left and they carried on talking at full volume. I think I had been dreaming about them making more noise which coincided with them making actual noise and I half slept talked telling them to shut up. I'm not actually too sure how this event went down though as i definitely know I dreamt part of it! Either way they then started *****ing about ...
... place for dinner as Brocko loves sushi. It was pretty good, we lined up a couple of saki bombs as well. The night started well.
Then we jumped on a boat across to Aqua Lounge for the fiesta. It was all good except for the ******** owner who said no to the pinata because its too dangerous and would insight violence. What a douche bag. Anyways cracking night but a bit of a dampener.
... activities. The talk went smoothly, with the exception of the power going out while I was on stage. There was a storm outside, and not only did the power get shut off half way through, but the wind flipped the pages of our bibles and Norma, my householder, dropped the magazine we were discussing. Oh well, at least those things were out of my control.
The actual material itself was.... interesting. Picture, if you will, being handed a playing card ...
... we walked down to the shop to get an ice cream for dessert, then walked back to relax for the evening with the sounds of the night wildlife.
Fri 11th May.
Got up around 7.30am, had breakfast and then checked out of our room. We then loaded up and walked down the road to the bus shelter to catch a bus to Panama City. Once the bus arrived, we squeezed on and then enjoyed the scenery down the volcano to the main road.