Los Balcones de Moral y Santa Catalina
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... and also the very beginning of the Amazon river... Right here in Peru! He told us the total length of the Amazon is 7060km (remember this for later!) as well as the suicidal thoughts of condors (big birds) which swoop through the canyons and when their partner has died, condors cannot go on, so they fly up one day so high to just plummet straight down to the earth to their death... Countless times locals have witnessed these falling suicidal birds crashing to earth ...
... tough going, but luckily we had hiked Machu Picchu not too long before, so we didn’t battle as much as we thought we would. We got to just over halfway out when we were treated with some spectacular views down the valley as the sun started to rise. It really was quite an incredible moment to see the scope of the canyon in the morning sun. Breath taking.
It took us about 2 hours to get to the top ...
... all excited for the days to come... Ps. Tom and nad enjoyed a delightful alpaca steak that night - general consensus was that the steak 'slightly tough but beautifully flavoured' Pps. Our hotel lived up to the recommendations as 'the best value in all of ...
After a relaxing breakfast where we had to convince the hotel staff that we needed service - we headed off to the Airport for our short 1 1/4 hr flight to Lima. We arrived on schedule to our waiting taxi driver who located Roger and Doris's apartment for us. Made easier when we figured out Barry had transposed 2 numbers in the address ( A trait normally ascribed to Laura!!) A beautiful Aji de Galine supper was prepared by Doris for that evening
... blue for public areas, yellow for private areas
and orange for religious areas. The last stop on the tour was a joke where we
pulled into a dirt laneway with the rival buses where the supposed reason was
to view a few nearby Inca terraces. However the real reason was to have a
chance to ride a horse up and back the lane for 10 minutes or to have your
photo taken with some Colca women who had trained falcons to sit on ...