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... see. For food they mainly eat fish and ducks, and quinoa, barley, and other things that grow on the islands. Once a week on Saturday they have a huge open air market in Puno near the port where the people come to buy meat, chicken and other things they can't raise on the islands.
The women make beautiful embroideries that take 3-4 weeks to complete and illustrate ...
... s a long time since we last travelled like
this, and although it was really the only way to get a taste of places like
Peru, we were already looking forward to settling down in Rio for 12 nights,
and our other South American home exchanges after that in Florianopolis and
Buenos Aires. We are realising that we are not as young as we used to ...
... us up to 13,500 ft., which wound around the mountain somewhat gently, and make it into a completely rock path that now goes "straight up". I had no business whatsoever in attempting to climb that mountain. It kicked my butt! However, Martha just skipped up the mountain like it was a little mole hill. She runs mega miles every day, then goes to the gym and pumps iron. Me, I felt like I was dragging iron. ...
... very early we were so happy the guest house opened up for us. 7am my caugh was so bad I couldn't breathe. The doctor came out, checked me over and prescribed some meds. The day passed as some sort of hazy nightmare and by nighttime my lips had turned blue and my eyes sunk into my head. I thought I was going to die, and not a 'me being dramatic I'm going to die' a real fear. I panicked and screamed and the doctor was summonsed back and he checked my vitals before ...