El Dorado San Agustin
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... discover the secret museum that no one has been to. As we were walking there we inspected all of the sequent occupance left on the walls of Machu Picchu (Found traces on the landscape, notion that successful societies leave their cultural imprints on a place each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape). It would be about a 30 minute walk just to get to the end of the road and into the museum even if there was nothing blocking our path. It took us ...
... all that much happening. There were hardly any people around and even fewer cars trying to take out unsuspecting tourists crossing roads. After some of the key sights were pointed out, we made our way through a few of the small streets to a restaurant for a ‘Christmas lunch’. The food was absolutely delicious, and not just before it was 4 pm and I was absolutely starving. The food was a fusion of western food and local Peruvian food. Mum and I shared ...
... incas said well jesus wanted the best food at his last supper didnt he? Set off to go to look around this church but im not allowed in cause im wearing shorts, didnt god create shorts though? Ah well im not really fussed anyway, ill just google it and not have to listen to all the christian nutters chanting their hymns. I went back to the market, it was open but not the stall i got the hat from. I will have to come back after my cooking class to try exchange my hat that is missing a ...
Whats going on! I have been caught out, we were told we would be picked up at 6am so i got up at 5 and had a shower etc and was ready at half 5 which was lucky because this is when the bus came. South America is normally always late and never early. On the bus one of the junky Australians is sayin how he is gonna get eye surgery in Peru cause its only 500 soles here which is about £120, aye sounds legit like. ...
... of globalisation the community is losing its numbers as their young seek a life richer in western culture. An interesting visit nonetheless in a community that should prevail on the great lake.
The next morning I finally arrived in Cusco, perhaps the capital of the famed Gringo Trail in latin america. I reunited with Lofty, Amelia and the two Toms and set about visiting the sites of the city. Again a heavy focus on Catholicism as I visited the somewhat morbid San Cristobal ...