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The tour starts at 09:30 today, so little sleep in.
But I still rarely sleep past dawn. I guess it's all that sleeping on buses.
The first stop was Wari Musuem and Ruins. The tour guide talked the whole way in Spanish, then in the musuem for 30 mins. I just wandered around taking photos until they moved to the next place. These ruins predate the Incas.
The next stop was ...
... br> Stupidly didn’t book a seat early enough so ended up into
the sun – happily not too sunny. Nothing really outstanding today but by timing
it differently saw some different groups. My camera was full by 7pm so a good
excuse to head off for a beer before any final flurries of flour throwing – my
instincts to put it in the housing were correct as I had already got royally showered in
... light back out of their eyes; some were in the water and some were on land but soon hustled into the water. Also spotted were paca that are a spotted rodent in the agouti family, apparently very good eating. While it was interesting to find the caiman, it was beautiful out on the silvery water lit by a full moon, cool and bugless except for fireflies in the trees. Back on shore we saw glow worms and a scary looking, but harmless, "tailless scorpions" that use their pincers to ...
... desk to sort out our plan for Monday as that's when we are leaving Lima. We didn't realise that the desk closed in 30 minutes and doesn't open till Monday which would be to late to book anything. So we rushed through our plan to her and she started to build it together. Beto then flipped the whole plan on its head by saying he wanted to visit the north first. So we has to regroup, discuss and research. I was so worried about time because if she closed we would be ...
... water that was used for bathing cooking and drinking. The fields were irrigated by a redirected river from a mountain inland which was later cut off by the Inca people to gain control of the civilisation when they invaded. As in many of south Americas Inca civilisations they only inhabited it for around 70 to 80 years before the Spanish invaded. NB. The traveling buskers and a sunset were sensational... The braid was awful. I like it all the more for its ...