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This morning after breakfast was the parting, as most of the group boarded the bus for their long ride to Lake Titicaca with Walter, and we, Dan and Maria headed to the airport for our flight back to Lima and eventually home. We would have really liked to see those floating islands, but considering that I would not feel well for another week, and the lake was at an even higher altitude, it's lucky that we were not booked for that trip. Upon arrival in Lima, we were taken ...
We finally made it!!! Just over 32 hours after leaving home for the airport to catch our first plane to Sydney, we finally checked-in to our hotel in Lima. The entire journey was rather uneventful and consisted of a lot of sleeping to make up for the very few hours (3 to be exact) of sleep I recieved the night before we left. The connection through Sydney was as seamless as possible, there was no pushing through immigration and security lines or ...
I had promised Jessie that I would make her pancakes before I left Peru. I had pretty much raved about them for weeks after making pancakes for Sebastian and after my dinner turned out to be a great success with her help, I owed Jessica. I woke up feeling heaps better. Swallowing still hurt (TWSS) but I was definitely on the mend. I ran my final route around the golf course, tacking on an extra 2 loops for old time's sake. On the run back, I stopped at ...
... out of the hall of mirrors have been cut off, undercut and ironised out of existence, and when we look out of the window - we see more of the world we had created in our minds extended in concrete all around us.
The left hemisphere's values are those ...
... in the centre at our hostel everything seemed brighter and once we had had a much needed shower we were ready to explore. Our hostel was bang smack in the centre of town so we only had to walk 20 seconds to reach the Museo de la Iglesia y Convento San Francisco. We looked around the pretty cathedral and the catacombs, which were filled with many thousands of human skulls and bones, all a bit macabre.
After that we walked ...