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... their heads, but not I. There have to be some advantages to being short lol. Thousands of Peruvians have been buried down there over the centuries- the benefactors of the monastery were buried closer to ground level, and all we could see were the remains of their skeletons, positioned sitting upright so coins could be tossed into their open graves. As for the poor, the archeologists had separated all the bones into what we thought were small graves with the bones piled on top ...
... at the main sights, but you could see plenty of poverty with really shabby houses. The weather is most peculiar. The city is almost on the equator but he temperature is only 22 degrees and does not seem humid very pleasant for walking. It is overcast for eight months of the year, apparently air coming from the Andes mixes with air from the ocean ...
... of them, piled up in organised sections. It is estimated that under the church there are the remains of at least 30,000 people. It's moving, eerie, slightly odd but mostly incredibly overwhelming to think and see the remains of people from hundreds of years ago. I was grateful for the experience of the catacombs but also relieved to be leaving those people to rest in peace. We headed out in search of handicrafts and wandered from one end of ...
... a nap. Lol. We will probably only head out for a snack tonight but in reflection the day was a good one, the first of any type of luxury and well deserved. We both as discussed at lunch in depth are incredibly grateful for each of the experiences we've been blessed with in life and especially these times travelling. So we did head out last night with just the idea of getting me something to eat because I couldn't bear the thought of waking at some hour hungry. We headed off with no ...
... in quiet whispers which Geranio then translated for us. There were four of them who came to meet us, each in a simple dress and with purple and white blouse. One of them was then designated as our guide around the community and we headed off to see the local school. It's probably worth mentioning at this point that it was reaching around 30 degrees and we were melting. The local school was really interesting, it was only a couple of small building with 4-5 classrooms in ...