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Ruby: Good day, dear readers! Sorry we've been a bit rubbish at keeping up to date with our blog. Our trip is now coming to an end and we've fallen in to 'slovenly mode' as we enjoy the last few blissful weeks of not working or having any responsibilities to speak of. I'm sure your hearts are bleeding for us... We are currently in the beautiful city of Cartagena, Colombia, but the sweltering heat has forced us to take shelter inside our hotel room, and so we have decided to use our time ...
... and I went together and being so sore from Machu Picchu I'm so glad we were there to hold each others hands. The girls who were doing to massages were putting a lot of pressure, which on sore muscles was a little hard to bare but simultaneously felt so nice. There was a table of older travelers right beside where we were getting massages and we were getting a lot of looks the way we were squirming around. Right now were on a flight back to Lima for a ...
Early rise at 5 am! Our crew brought us tea and hot water at the tent to wake up! This is supposed to be the hardest day! We left around 6:15 after a good breakfast! The trek started fairly gentle uphill today. It quickly got harder as we arrived at 4000m above sea level and continued to make our way up. It was cold and before we knew it, we were trek quite steeply in snow covered mountain peeks! We quickly got to 4500 m above sea level around 11 am. We ...
... computer person, and we fixed everything.
Then I got up, and went back to the main square and walked around, taking a few pictures, and eating dinner at a super tasty place right off the square. I had quinoa soup and a spicy chicken cooked Peruvian style. Yum!
After dinner a little more walking around, getting suckered into buying some kids artwork, buying some water, and then walking home for a good night sleep.
What a perfect first day! Can this possibly get any ...
... just 5 minutes away. Here we hoped to find not only a pleasant new opportunity, but a safe place to rest and recover.
Sometimes you don't always get what you bargain for, and the picture is far from perfect. This just so happened to be the case when we arrived to our new hostel. The manager, hippy, and aspiring DJ, greeted us, and immediately asked us to work the morning while he took care of a few ...
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