Hotel La Casona
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The bus journey was delightful with no headrests for hangover heads, though we did have an absolutely banging picnic on the roadside of cheese and copious avocado, which laura excluded is proving to be a group fave. There was one near hangover explosion from the lairy one but we made it to Cuenca relatively unscathed, and essentially retired to bed …
... people is awakening, walking through the main plaza, grinding corn for flour to make their breakfasts, bathing in the communal fountains, taking bags of llama wool to the market. It's amazing that pieces of this world still exist, so long after the demise of the society that made it up. The fact that I walked down streets that were built over 500 years ago, that I paused to rest on a stone used for sacrifices to gods that have been long forgotten, that I listened to echoes in a ...
... lots of people did. He had a home on a busy street corner. Now busy for Vilca may be five cars per minute or less, and Vilca dogs don't believe in cars; they tend to lounge or sleep in the street for minutes at a time, and expect the cars and taxis to wait or go around them. Usually they do, but Rata managed to get his leg run over twice during the year. I just knew he would eventually get killed, and couldn't bear to leave town without him, so ...