Pozo del Cielo
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... food which many other people in my group opted for. When I went back to the hotel I spent some time on email and I received one from the Canadian Foreign Affairs office. I'm registered with them as I'm travelling abroad and they were emailing warning about demonstrations and protests around Peru, specifically in Arequipa, the place we were headed next. Tomorrow's drive could be ...
... Back to Chivay for another buffet lunch. One of the tour guides we saw in Lima was with his group. Poor bloke got stuck with the comfort tour, full of older people. A walk in the afternoon exploring the surrounding area a bit more. While doing so Will decided to run off to a path that lead to Cusco and the Inca Trail. Crazy bugger has so much energy. He spent many years working on the Inca Trail as a porter so his fitness is impressive. We then ...
... Chivay donned a very different traditional dress to the outfits we had seen on Lake Titicaca. The skirts were full length and far less rounded and they wore neat blazers on their top half - all the material is ornately and intricately decorated. However, our favourite element was the hats that they wear, which are often decorated with bright colours and sequins. We noted some of the younger women who weren't wearing the full dress still wore the hat!
Around 4, a ...
... was hiding, and I took the 4 other babies and brought them to her new nest. I hope she will not refuse to feed them, now that I touched them!
That was funny. I resumed my walk. It was a little misty, but me, very optimistic, thought it would clear up.
It didn’t. I got higher and started to be in the clouds, it got a little colder but I was well equipped, and by the time I reached the Cruz del Condor nothing, but nothing could be seen.
... tornado touchdown in the mountains we are about to head into. We have a white knuckle ride for an hour or so but have an excellent driver who assures us we are fine as we crawl along with lightening bolts and sticks of dynamite thunder rumbling all around us. Tomorrow we head to the coastal town of Camanas with the Rotary crew to meet with the local Mayor and Rotarians there where we will be given a media blitz and tours of the projects they are currently working on . ...