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... a spiny oyster shell). My friend, who was on expert on this stuff, told me that the skeleton I found, was the skeleton of a child, a girl. 500 years ago, the Inca use to sacrifice children. The artifacts next to them were put there to accompany the child into the "Other World". My friend also explained the ritual the Inca used to sacrifice the child. It was called the Capacocha Ritual. The Inca thought it was the ultimate sacrifice to offer ...
... best. relaxation. massage. ever!
Initial plan post massage was to go salsa dancing again. Plans change! The Marriott had wi-fi, good food and cocktails. Dinner and drinks at the Marriott, yes please. Tasty bento box and desert, wining and dining like queens! Jess and Kate enjoyed several more cocktails than me. We all had a great night in the end, headed home early and packed our bags ready for checkout and our bus tour tomorrow.
... such it’s poisonous to me
-they showed me that I must take good care of myself, and not eat what the hell I want, when I want, as my body won’t function properly, they are showing me that through the years that I did eat really badly that my body is still not functioning 100%, even after all the months of detoxing, in the sense that I now have to go through heaven and hell to try to sort out my polysistic ovaries (PCO), I mean I always had PCO, however, my terrible ...
... iced lattes at all the cafés. In terms of the latter, Mike couldn't help but indulge himself despite the shocking price tag (for us) of $3! Abby offered continual reminders of exactly how many pairs of earrings that could buy her.
Our last stop in our race to Lake Titicaca was Huacachina, a tiny little oasis in the middle of a desert, with sand dunes encroaching directly against the buildings in some places. It was a great place to relax, with rollercoaster ...
... El Salvador and the CEDED organization. Villa is a very undeveloped and poor district of Lima and CEDED is an NGO which offers workshops and resources for the children in the community.
-Visited the Recycling Center in a district of Lima. We thought that we were going to sort the trash but it turns out we were just there to take a tour. Our recycling sorting day is in two weeks!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet