Hotel Munay Wasi
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... The section of erotic pottery proved to be very interesting indeed!
We both thoroughly enjoyed this tour and it gave us a greater understanding of Peruvian history which is far more than just the Incas and the Spanish conquests .
We returned to our hotel thoroughly exhausted but feeling better for our experience.
Tonight we relax in preparation of our flight to Iguassu tomorrow.
Stephen and ...
... has forgotten; Animals used instead of farm machinery (and also as a mode of transport), mud and straw used as a building material, a simple piece of cloth used to carry a baby instead of a stroller, fm radios used to listen to the football instead of watching it on a smart phone, hand gestures & horns used in place of road markings or the Highway Code. Peru was such an incredible experience that it really over shadowed Costa-Rica. Chile had a lot to live up ...
... The coca tea by contrast is merely for altitude...
At a lowly 2300 m the air is positively heavy with oxygen compared with what we have in store. Even so, when the sun disappears we are reaching for the thermal underwear and newly acquired alpaca tops. We enjoy the colonial heritage of Peru's no 2 city in its colonnades and the bizarre mix of catholic and Andean tribal traditions in its churches.
Enough of ...
... cooking class at 4, and we wouldn't be back in time if he came with us on our trip. Rolando got us a taxi, which took us to a small bus stop, and a horribly smelling bathroom that we had to pay to use toilet paper. The bus ride was 45 minutes and then we took a van for another 30 minutes. Then we finally reached our destination, the middle of the mountains. We got of the van and all I see is wheat and dirt and little houses. Rolando was meeting a ...
... doing a simple bass drum cadence, and chanting something incomprehensible. So basically middle school marching band. We could hear it all from the courtyard of her hostel, and I couldn't help laughing because I know I sounded the same way at one point.
It's been an interesting, exciting, and difficult week, but I'm looking forward to more fun, challenging school experiences and little quirky moments of hilarity with my ridiculously fun volunteer friends here.