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Our group left early in the morning for KM 82 at Salapunku (Piskacuchu) with a great deal of excitement and trepidation. I had no specific expectations of the hike but felt a bit nervous given the lower back trouble I'd had during autumn and knowledge that I am only an averagely fit person. We had been warned the the hike is physically challenging across 44km of varied terrain including 3 high passes to cross, one of which reaches an elevation 4200m ...
Today we left Copacabana and Bolivia, to cross the border into Peru. Within 30 minutes of our bus journey we had crossed the border. It's such a strange thing because it just seems exactly the same. You always expect a stark difference but, ...
... when it was time to leave we took a group photo and every kids hugged us. They were so cute!
Next we drove into the Urubamba town square and visited the local market. Ruben asked us to buy a couple kinds of fruit for lunch. Brett wandered the market asking for "picante" peppers. He found some and plans on eating them before we leave Peru.
Instead of getting back on the bus, we each got a 10-minute ride in a two-person motorbike taxi. They take us ...
... traffic started to build up, he said he would drop me of at the bus stop and within no time at all a tiny little combi turned up. Deposited at my usual city centre dropoff point, I headed towards Plaza de Armas and spied a little alley I'd not yet explored. It led to a beautiful, quiet sqaure. I found a very small cafe (only 3 tables) and partook of a local beer (first alcoholic beverage since I left the UK!) and a cheese and ham ...
... on a Monday morning) the teachers have put on different skits or speeches relating to all the derechos (rights) people with disabilities have, such as the right to a life, the right to equality, the right to an education. On Tuesday, a church body from a few villages away provided the children with a meal of chicken and chips as a treat to celebrate. Though unfortunately it took so long to arrive that the children started to get hungry and upset, one girl in year 3 was asked by ...
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