Conquistadores Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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... models of men being tortured and a cathedral where Francisco Pizarro, conqueror of Peru, is laid to rest. Humbling stuff eh? We also visited a convent with catacombs below them. Open graves, piles of bones, that sort of thing.
In other news I though I had a card nicked, but it turns out I just left it in the safe. I nearly cancelled it...
I had better go, because our group leader - we sound like the scouts or something - called a meeting for 6pm. It is 6.05. ...
... to help us pass some of that time... Before we could get back into the airport we had to go through some electronic ID checks. These went fine for me but Charlotte managed to complicate matters - I suspect because, as usual, she couldn't keep her eyes open for the photograph - she received a big X on her entry slip which meant further checks (and more queuing). requiring more detailed checks. Charlotte had to have another photo taken (this time with eyes ...
... if nothing else we have another stamp in the passport. We stayed at a hostel 5 minutes from the airport and literally flew in, ate, slept, woke up and went back to the airport. Our next flight was taking us only a short drive away to Puno which was the tourist town next to Lake Tititaca and crucially an excellent transport link to get a bus into Bolivia! Luckily we have time on our side so can faff this much in order to save some money! ...
... just like you would on a plane and with the time we had we got extra supplies; water, pringles and biscuits. We were unaware that there was some sort of departure tax that we had to pay before getting on the bus, and only found out while trying to board. In hinds sight we should of known as we have seen this before. We ran around looking to see where we had to pay so that we could show our receipt and therefore get on the bus. Maureen spotted the small booth, and we finally could get ...
... As we wandered further into the park, we saw a crowd gathered around a small amphitheater so, we went to check it out. We discovered a public dance party: older couples were dancing and taking turns singing while the crowds enjoyed the show. It was a really nice evening and a great way to end the night with live music and dancing the night away (OK, so we didn't join in the dancing ourselves, but it brought us joy to watch everyone else).