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... the 10 hour LA-Lima flight.
An hour later, we smiled our way back to our gate, boarded
the plane and taxied down the runway.
Then the plane stopped, and the pilot explained that something
was broken, so we couldn’t fly.
We sat on that plane and watched the clock turn around and
around until it was clear that there was no way we could make our scheduled
connection in LAX. We kept ...
... free !!! Simon shows is around backstage before as all the acts are warming up and preparing. He shows us how they are travellin town going round the world. We get to watch the entire show from the lighting Box and it's trully stunning!! That night we go back to the hotel and meet a few of the acts in their hotel room, we chill for a while having beers with Catherine who we had previously seen doing the most amazing high rope act. The next day Simon manages to get ...
... of him and his fish and agreed as though it was part of the job. A flock of pelicans flew by suggesting that the fisher was not the only one who knew there were fish to be had. A young couple had climbed the high sand bank behind the dunes. I couldn't resist invading their privacy by photographing them with the zoom feature of my camera. A touching scene that I hope doesn't get back to disapproving parents. We took a tuk-tuk ...
... that in the 1800's the second child had to become a Nun when there twelve. This was for the rich families only. I had a great day.
BY: Owen Carlton
The monastery was really cool. I learned a bolt the water system. I got to play in it. I also learned a bolt nuns. Nuns wear funny clothes.
At the hotel I did the tripod in the garden. We played hide and seek in the hotel.
... the fall is just ridiculous... Jesus will protect us... Arequipa is a beautiful city surrounded by three volcanos with a very South American historical centre. 250 km north-west we did a tour to the Colca canyon which is according to some the deepest canyon in the world with 4.7 km to the lowest point. At some point in the harsh mountains we saw the magnificent condors some of them weighing up to 10 kg, gorgeous birds especially when you know a bit about their ...