El Dorado San Agustin
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I can't believe we only have 9 days left of the trip... And what a 9 they plan to be ... Riding, Inca Trail and white water rafting all to come! Soooo two new foods to tick of the list... Last night I tried Guinea Pig (it wasn't very nice ... Almost fishy and a little to fried) and I also had a taste of Alpaca (more tender and sweater than Lama) Today was a looping day ...
... jay had caught on that as we were weaving up through the mountains, the sides were getting steep. Jay then mentioned this to zoe and the 2 of them were in hysterics watching as the bus served round corners, hung of edges and had numerous collisions with on coming traffic. I woke up to the commotion, told them to pull the curtains and go to sleep. But they didnt, they wanted to see when they were going to die.
... entitled Raparro. Sounded a bit like a Harry Potter spell but a small girl did a while you wait job for £1.50 including the watch strap. Flushed with success then re found the camera shop and they were just testing the camera as I went in. Camera also Raparro so now can take pictures. Celebrated with a coffee. Cuzco sits in a valley on what used to be an old lake, now obviously dry. The river still runs under the ...
Alison: We arrived in Cusco after a very long bus journey from Arequipa. The bus journey was 12hours long but it felt like a lifetime because I developed severe nausea and my stomach gurgled and cramped as it tried to rid itself of whatever nasty that had got in there (number 1 suspect is the raw fish we ate on the way to Paracas)....this is the last thing that anyone wants on a bus that doesn't stop because it has a toilet but you aren't allowed to use the toilet for number twos ...
... and it wasn't long before this was proven yet again. We were quite tired from the late night and early morning so soon we were snoozing, until the descent towards Cusco when the rugged mountains became a little more apparent beneath the clouds and soon we were making what I think was a difficult approach into Cusco airport. Any plane that is descending quickly and turning at the same time is trying to avoid something and we seemed to approach ...