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... that is unmanageable in Sth America, where plastic waste is out of
control. Quite sad actually for tourists like Gael and I, and the planet, and
you and your kids, your pet rat even!
The people here in Peru do it pretty tough on an hourly rate
of $2.08. But then again, compared to Ugandans at $0.03 it’s a veritable
A couple of days in Lima will see us on the plane home.
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... 20 minutes before we arrived at San Juan de Choccho. The last bit of climb, although short, was not welcomed by the legs but we pushed on and soon rolled into the village that was bathed in sunlight. First thing first, we grabbed lunch (soup with pasta, followed by lomo / lama? Soltado) but as this didn't come with an included drink (only tea with breakfast and dinner apparently) we all grabbed a beer and went and sat in the sun. Our ventures for the day were over so we ...
... fiesta with thousands of people, but when I arrived around 10am the town was (still) dead. Only when I entered my friends house later did I realize that none of the dancing parties or their families were out on the street. They were all preparing to burst out at 12 o'clock sharp.
Paukartambo is a small city of about 10'000 residents, which transformed itself to a single party-city after 12. People from all over the country come to the most religious ...
It was an early morning start today. Up at 5am to go and see sunrise over Machu Picchu. We walked down to the bus station from the hotel so we could all board the 30 min bus ride and head up the mountain to the entrance of the site. Before long we arrived at the entrance and made our way inside. After a slow 10-15min walk, we arrived at the lookout point and OMG… Machu Picchu was there before me. I almost had to pinch myself to realise ...
... it all seems like quite a blur now to be honest, but it was quite a shock when the bungee hoisted me back up again. It killed my knees and they are still sore now but it was absolutely amazing. It wS so disorientating just hanging there in the air seeing a blur of mountains... Lucy and Shona went next and then it was back to Cusco for some food, time for me to report my phone as stolen, and then we got a 15 hour bus to ...