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Most people will not feel good about themselves until they did something good for someone else. Instead of hammering nails into homes for people in Haiti or working towards giving food for African Americans, I decided to take a different route. I decided that I wanted to do what I loved, while helping people get better at something they don't often get a chance to do. So my next stop ...
... small hot airport with one cafe and hard seats. Finally left on flight No. 10 to Lima. Transferred from airport back to Miraflores again. Washed the toxic socks out, we could have hijacked the plane with them they were so bad from wearing them in stinky, wet gumboots. Had alpaca for dinner and we have a 4:50am airport pickup tomorrow. Should have slept ...
... we landed safely at Quito and were almost first off the plane to immigration where 12 officers were waiting to welcome us into Ecuador. The airport is a year old and clean and organised. This is such a contrast to what we have seen in the last few weeks. Picked up our bags and headed for customs where all luggage was being scanned. We gave them our paperwork and was told to just go straight out. Everybody else queued to get scanned. Maybe ...
... couple of quid! In this country, you don’t do anything that someone else can do for you.
Thank you for all your kind and funny comments – we love to hear from you. We leave tomorrow for Brazil where we will be staying in Rio de Janeiro. This is our longest exchange – we will be there from 13th February until March 3rd. We lengthened our stay in Rio to take in the Carnival at the end of our stay. Next blog from ...
"Casa de Aliaga", is the oldest Colonial mansion in Lima,
possibly even in all of South America. The house has been owned and
lived in by the Aliaga family, and their descendants; since Franzisco
Pizarro granted the land to Jerónimo de Aliaga in 1535. Originally
there was a pre-Colombian, altar on that plot of land, owned by
"Curaca Tauli Chusco" (the ruler of the Rimac valley).
photographing most of the ...