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... lunch, and dinner! When we got to our dome, we were provided with a fabulous dinner. The camp gave us Carapulca, an authentic Peruvian dish that is like beef stew. It includes dried potatoes, onions, pork, peanuts, and many other spices that make it so delicious. At about 9:00 pm, we head out to sit around a campfire and look at the stars with some other travelers. ...
... consistently score at the bottom in studies. At 1:00 we left the class so we could get ready for our own ESL class after school. For the first hour, I combined my class with Mansi's and I taught. For the second hour, Mansi's class was combined with Erna, who was not there today, and Mansi taught that class while I taught mine.
After the placements we ...
Lima is the place for great food and that is pretty much it! I have to admit it was amazing to taste vegetables again but I was looking forward to getting to Cusco for some rustic charm. I didn't travel half way across the world to see American food chains after all!
Oh food, and the Park of Love... mustn't forget that attraction!
Bring on the land of the Inka's in Cusco!
The confusion which greeted us as we tried to plan our trip here was almost overwhelming. You can get a day trip from Lima, but only on a Sunday, and we were leaving Lima on Thursday. A search on uncle Google gave us some insight, but also some words of warning, 2 tourists had been held up at gun point at 11am in Barranca two weeks previous and others had commented that it's not safe for Gringos at night. Then there was the small matter of how to get to the next place ...
... respectively. We arrnaged jobs and started in a few days time! Free accomodation, breakfast and one meal a day for four shifts a week. Brilliant since I was starting Spanish lessons at the same time so was saving the money on accomodation.
In the evening we met Henrich and Marcus, two guys on the trek with me and we had a Mcdonalds [I think only Helen would be proud of this!], Perivians ...