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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... river guide said we could jump in and hold the side of the boat, Jeremy was up and off the side of the boat in moments but trouble brewed when the guide saw he wasn’t holding the side of the boat whilst in the mildly flowing river, panic then ensued whilst they tried to drag a laughing Jezza back into the raft and away from imminent danger!
Rafting came to an end and we arrived back at our hostel which was shrouded in the darkness of a village power cut but by ...
... br> Me, Maddie, Johnny and Mike
decided to bail out together, and headed to the Inca museum. Cusco was the capital
of the Inca culture, with the Sacred Valley, Machu Pichu etc all around it in
the countryside. They only ruled for 300 years, and had 14 kings in total over that
time, but they joined a previously disparate set of people together under their
rule. The empire eventually ran through Peru, Equuador, Argentina and Chile,
and all the people were ...
... for my being here is to further my Spanish skills... not day dream about swiper the fox snipping out Dora the explorer, her monkey friend, and the map too.
Side note: I have a funny sense of humor, I am not a homicidal maniac.
That was a minor set back though. My other classes have run smoothly thus far. My favorite being Business in Latin America and Peru. I have recently gained a new love of economics back at University ...
... we were amused at the antics of the gulls and pelicans fighting over scraps discarded by men who were cleaning the fish.
We teamed up with travellers from Italy, France and Finland to hire a boat to take us out to the island in the hope of seeing some Humboldt penguins. The Humboldt current, which washes the coast of Chile, cools the waters in this area sufficiently to attract these birds. We were not disappointed. We lost count of the numbers of penguins, pelicans and ...
... regardless of age, you are able to purchase fireworks and yes release) flying in all directions. This followed showing the locals up on the dance floor whilst our leader by day, DJ by night - Carlos chose the tunes. White water rafting New Years Day tipped the Arequipa experience, always an interesting experience in another country too ( especially the case of two deutch ****wits in the back of the raft (our initial thoughts were confirmed ...