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... we were tucked up in bed.
Over the preceding hours, we had been in contact with our Australian travel agent and the agent in Peru to let them know what was happening. They have been quite supportive and now that they know our revised flight details will get the rest of the trip reorganised.
Since we can’t fly out any earlier than 4pm, we’ll miss the last flight to Cusco and will arrive a day later than planned. This means we will miss our half day Cusco ...
... group. It was also the first time that I was invited to interact with the youth group outside of the office environment. I’ve noticed that most people take karaoke very seriously in Latin America (my observations include Uruguay, Argentina, and now Ecuador), and they try to get the best scores for each song that is played. In contrast to this competitive attitude, the youth group and I were there to have fun and goof around, and I could tell that the ...
... familiar with the road, we
took a wrong turn three times.
Pacoche is a reserve located in the
hills overlooking the beautiful coastline. We passed through some of
the most picturesque towns before arriving there. We met our guide,
63 year-old, Alvia Reyes. He agreed to take all eight of us to the
trail for only US$15.00 for a one and half hour hike. We kept to
the trail brimming with towering red and yellow haliconias, orchids
... the work is done as we couldn’t do painting and roof works and all that with the school full of children running about.
At about 4pm, we tidied up and put everything in the rooms back together and had a rest. The kids came back and however much work it was, however hot it was, however hard we found the day, it was worth every drop of sweat to see the faces of these children. I can’t describe how I felt. A few of us big, burly crew, engineers ...
... parking lot that this day was the area of the craft market. Here the time quickly passed as we browsed and explore the many different tents of the square. This market was intriguing because the items being sold appeared as if they were all made in the Manta area. In the center was a large tent that showed the various stages of manufacturing of Panama Hats from the raw reed, to opening the reed for boiling, drying, and dividing into long thin strips that were woven into Panama ...
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