Suites Don Carlos Juliaca
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... family dog was called bronco he was the best dog. So chilled and followed us everywhere like a friend. Then we delivered some wood to a local church festivity. The walk was amazing. Such incredible views of the hills and the lake. Then on the way back we went to a mirador which means look out. Romulo showed us the way and we chilled there for a bit. Then we came back to the house, and got our hair braided by Imilda. After that ...
... laid down a rigorous academic program for all schools and for all children, giving particular emphasis to history. It asserted, "The purpose of all education is to train the mind." The NEA reports of 1911 and 1918 denote a conscious abandonment of this intellectual imperative and the substitution of some very different guiding principles. These statements savagely attack "the bookish curricula" which are "responsible for leading tens of thousands of boys and girls away ...
... at which we could have full toilet facilities but if anyone wanted an emergency stop we could then use the Inca toilet.
We set off promptly at 13:00 with eleven on board and then were joined by three more at the first stop. This left plenty of empty seats and we were able to spread out if we wanted. The bus also had panoramic windows which was a great aid to photography.
Max set out the route for us and explaiend that effectively we would be crossing the Andes ...
... that has little to offer to tourist.
Our plane was on time so at 1:30 pm we were crossing the skies on our way back to Lima.
Time to celebrate Xmas and the arrival of 2015.
The second leg of this trip will take us to the tango and samba capitals and we will get soaked at the Iguazu falls.........until then
... about 25mins to reach the islands and the island we went to housed 7 families a total of 25 adults and children. We were guven a deminstration of how they form the islands, what they eat, day to day life and history of the islands. We were then taken by a member of the island who showed us in their house (all made from reeds also) then shown handicrafts made by the ladies if we wanted to purchase anything (got a handmade embroided ...