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We spent the day walking around the neighborhood. Armando forgot that he has been walking for 2 1/2 weeks and this was my first day - at the end I was VERY tired, but no blisters!! We went shopping at the artisan markets where they sell souveniers, some cheap stupid stuff, some really nice stuff, tried to get my carry-on strap fixed that broke on the ...
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... t bother me so I was fine. At camp we did speeches thanking all of the porters and our guides, still can't believe the porters do it carrying 20kg and in half the time.
So we walked to winaywayna and 16km.
Camp was quite warm this time as we were much lower down but I settled down to sleep and stared at the ceiling of the tent only to see a huge bug spider flying thing. So I screamed and made Freya remove it, thank god she's not as bigger wuss as me.
Inca day 4- ...
... de San Francisco but it made us feel good. We were there to visit this beautiful Franciscan monastery built in baroque style, but mostly to explore the catacombs piled high with an estimated 70,000 human bones which lie beneath. The next day, before our evening flight, we had time to walk to the Huaca Pucllana ruins in Miraflores where an ancient site built entirely of mud clay bricks is being excavated. Another ruin to add to our growing list (and we haven't ...
... and finally - signing a birthday card and being treated to chocolate cake! Interesting experience to say the least! That night we enjoyed our first (but certainly not last!) pisco sours - these consist of Pisco (a local grape brandy), lime juice, sugar syrup, ice, egg white, and Angostura bitters. Absolutely delicious, they brought back memories of Brazil and our many (similar tasting) Caipirinhas during Carnaval!
The following day we visited ...
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