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Mistake numero seis: thinking that we were out-smarting the system by finding a half priced overnight bus to Cusco from Pisco. We ended up on the most horrific yet comical ride of my life. We had thought we had booked into "Royal Class". First sign of a problem was when we had to stand on the side of the highway with Pepe (works for the bus company …
I seem to be stuck in Puerto Maldonado, so it seems as good a time as any to write. Iīm hitching a ride to Picaflor on a tourist boat, but the plane carrying said tourists canīt leave Cusco due to bad weather. So Iīve been sitting in the office for about 5 hours now, hoping the weather clears--If I donīt make it today, Iīll have a ************* …
... 8216;activator’ which was some kind of soft rock you bit little chunks off. It made him a different man! For most of the day he was powering along, running up hills, shooting down mountainsides and stuffing his mouth with more coca! I also tried some in an attempt to make walking and my general level of unfitness better but although I felt a difference the ‘activator’ literally burned marks into my cheeks as it eroded the coca in my mouth!
The eight ...
... people throughout that region. It’s a bit
like saying we are British, and there was a Tudor period. They spoke Quechan,
which a lot of the indigenous people still speak. Apparently if you can learn a
bit to say to them they are very, very impressed so maybe that’s the challenge
for when we come back to do the Inca Trail hike in April.
The museum was interesting, but a
bit vague on the details – it had a lot of pottery and ...
... Maine which has come in particularly handy when we visited the Federal Reserve Bank of Peru, the Cusco sector "BCR". I have learned that the BCR is completely autonomous and has been since around the time Alan Garcia's term ended. Peruvian outlook on the economy took a 180 taking inflation from 7000% to a now sustained 2-3%.
Side note: I have been really geeking out over this
I also discovered that 75% of business in Peru ...