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... and roads. We were freezing as we heading out to get some snacks for Machu Picchu tomorrow and dinner. Kate spotted a baby lama outside the restaurant and went to pat it. First the man holding it crossed the road, leaving Kate awkwardly standing outside. But then the woman who owed it brought it back. Kate got to hold it until police came and told the woman to go away. Not awkward at all. Earliest nights sleep in preparation for trekking tomorrow.
... of weeks. I never expected to have quite the in depth experience that I had there and thoroughly appreciated the time everybody had devoted to showing us their jobs and building my understanding of archaeology. One of the other things I did during the second week was to visit El Circuto Magico del Agua. Essentially it's a light and sound show made up of several different fountains within one of the parks. I had heard about it before I went and wanted to at least see it before I left. ...
... the same ride (they were on our flight to Atlanta) along with two other fellow Adventurers, David and Ryan who were on a different flight back to the States.
Our driver took us along the coast on the way to the airport which is a route we had not been on yet. Even at this late hour in the dark it was a beautiful drive along the beach. Once back in Lima, the city was just as alive as it was our first night. We even happened to see a flash mob performing in ...
... dispute with Chile. I received a picture from him, saying "Time to leave!". The picture had a dozen or so police in full riot gear marching his way! Needless to say, he made it back home alive, even though he attempted to walk home through one of the most dangerous areas in Lima.
Only 2 days into Lima, and I am having an amazing time. Tomorrow will be another long day at the office.
... 1860’s. Graves were made of limestone, known to facilitate decay with only the leg bones and skulls of the 70,000+ people remaining. It was a reverent, yet chilling place to visit.
Back outside, we made our way to the Lima Cathedral which houses the remains of Pizzaro, the 1535 founder and conqueror of Peru at which time there were 200,000 indigenous people living in the area.
As the clock reached midday, the Changing of ...
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