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... Harry pulled his shorts down in a convent, what did you do yesterday?
To be fair, the place was morally redundant anyway, for when we went to the gift shop it was full of models of Inca men with giant 'equipment'. In Inca art it symbolised fertility. A man with a giant gizmo. In a convent it looked kind of wrong.
So there we are. I'll try and write again before the Inca Trail starts on Monday. We'll see.
After our flight from Santiago to La Paz we had the arduous bus ride to Cusco ahead of us. We had been put off night buses after our last one arrived far too early in the morning and had stops all night long meaning no sleep for us. Also, we knew that we would have a lot of overnighters ahead of us if we were to head to Patagonia next, so we found a bus that travelled through the day - the whole day! We booked a hostel for when we arrived and loaded up ...
... you see on TV about Machu Picchu is only about 1/3 of what is there. The stuff you don't see is more interesting but does involve climbing A LOT
Talked to a Peruvian about the drivers. Their mindset is watch what is in front of you, the guy behind is watching your rear. Rarely do they check mirrors.
We got really lucky when visiting MP, virtually no rain. Thankful for that.
... to the San Pedro Market as we remembered there were several chocolate stalls there. Rather than visit one of the many churches in Cusco, we decided to sit in the Plaza de Armas. While I finally read the Lonely Planet chapter on the Machu Picchu and the Inka Trail, Greg people-watched. Every two minutes, we were interrupted by men offering to shine our hiking boots. We started saying no politely but in the end I was quite rude which was the ...
... deluge in South America - unexpected in the dry winter season here. Fortunately, we were only out in the rain for around five minutes, our feet sliding around on the slippery, cobbles, before we reached the cacophony of the central market. Our destination was the fruit seller to find ip the incredible passion fruits from our first day, followed by an enjoyable chocolate tasting expedition to find the perfect presents to bring home. After a brief foray to the textiles section, we ...