El Dorado San Agustin
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... to be staying at the hostel to get into the club or something. There was a bartender behind us coming in, and said no just let them in. We said were Canadian were nice people. And he was like yeah for sure! You seem nice. Come on in!! So we had to sign in but then we're good to go. The bartender grabbed a case of beer and said feel free to bring one back, as there was a big stack of them. So me, mike and Sarah all did. We got to the bar and he was laughing and was like wow! I ...
... and having on the opposite side of the large plain a hill in the shape of a turtle, the mother earth, Pachamama in Quechua. And much more.
I don’t know if what he told was all true, but some things I googled afterwards and were confirmed, like the “son of god” who came to preach and who was tall, white skinned, blond with blue eyes! I think the Vikings touched this soil long before Columbus ;-) Cusco is amazing, all this history! ...
... people, when she had only been in town for a couple of days and thus only knew the girl she was travelling with. The highlight of this banter was when she started mocking me because it had been five minutes without me saying hello to anyone, but as she was saying it I could see Jacob running towards me arms outstrectched for a hug.
After a loop we headed back to WR (via other empty hostels) which, if possible actually seemed busier than earlier.
... at least. The South African guy carried all the stuff for both him and his girlfriend (over 10kgs which was a lot bearing in mind the porters had 6kgs of stuff for each of us) and when it was a bit hot for here he would stand to shade her, kind of amusing to watch, but very chivalrous too. Our first glimpses of what was to come on the trip started with lunchtime. I was expecting to be given just a couple of sandwiches and a carton of drink, we arrived to a tent ...
... can go before or after school for classes in art, reading, homework and games, followed by activities in their ´familias´ - a few volunteers and up to about 10 students. Unexpectedly for me, this was my favourite volunteering experience of the trip. The kids were so gorgeous and the coordinators of the project were teaching the kids such worthwhile things. I loved the place and wish I could have stayed longer! Even after only a week there, I had one girl in ...