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We woke up really early at 7am, in order to get some quick breakfast and be ready for our departure to Peru; Maruja, our group leader, had already threatened us to be on time otherwise she would leave us behind! It was expected that the whole trip would be an adventure and it ultimately proved to be one.
A 5-hour drive …
... did 90% of the work. For more than 20 years Rita and Muriel have been the main ministers in the parish of Otuzco and more than 20 smaller communities in the hills. The parish has no priest because the people for some historic reason will not have a priest in the villages although most still identify as Catholic.
Another sister happened to be visiting for a few days: Maureen Kelly, who is a Mercy nun from Ireland and she works ...
... were normal potato colour but then had a pink purple ripple running through them. So not only were these chips yummy they were also aesthetically pleasing! We then headed in the direction of the ocean and it was only a few blocks away, not that you would ever guess it in the midst of the hustle and bustle. We headed down to the pebbled beach and Garry instantly said it had an English feel to it, which it did. We then saw a Victorian style pier along the shore and ...
Departed for the airport at 7am after saying goodbye to Dad - a very restless sleep as both excited and nervous for the next step in the trip. Had a little hiccup at the Mexican airport as it looked as though my plane ticket from Rio to Sandiago and then Auckland wasn't going to be sufficient evidence I was leaving Peru. It worked out in the end. Both flights were around 3 hours and smooth, with a stop in Panama. Arrived in Lima and couldn't find ...
... a hotel, and we checked in the "Nirvana Hotel". We have 4 rooms. Yep, you guessed it. I'm paying. But I cannot and will not do that to them, OR TO ME, another night. We will be here for two nights. Then off to Arequipa. Thank heavens we aren't doing the 17 hour bus ride now. The Nirvana is a 1 Star Hotel, on some highway. However, it does have towels, toilet paper, electricity (I forgot that little bit of info about Seminario--no electricity except ...
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