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Sitio Huaca Pucllana is made of mud bricks. It doesn’t rain ever in Lima so you don’t need to make ancient historical sites out of stone there, save the effort for building Cusco where it does rain. People, human beings, ancestors, have been smarter than we give them credit for a long time. The bricks are a little bit diagonal too; this helps the structure survive earthquakes.
A Canadian friend of Guilliermo told him that in Lima there has been found 5000 year ...
... Wee little Kiara sat next to me notices and copies, holding onto my hand and the hand of her mother asleep on the other side. Awwww so cute. She has good handwriting, she wrote our names on an etch-a-sketch-y-thingy, bless!
35D reclined. Martina’s flipped her off, discretely (for the kids) behind her back.
Stepping out from baggage reclaim past security we were greeted by the biggest most delightful smile, being worn by Guilliermo, the taxi, ...
... with only a slight idea of where I am going is exciting (kind of), quite humbling, and provides for a learning experience with each turn. At first glance, it can appear to some (and me when I think about it ever so briefly) that it was a wasted day, but as I've come to learn since I started traveling last year, each day is a gift and there is nothing wasted about time spent. It's all in your perception about your ...
... people doing thier last minute Christmas shopping. There was barely any room to breath let alone stand but we did make our way into the store being pushed this way and that. The shop was full of people waving products with reciepts attached and shouting from behind the counter, there were other shop assistants that were frantically pushing their way up and down the crowds of people with the products, then there were the customers that wre also madly waving receipts at this ...
... first. I in fact was making bedroom eyes at all the desserts but the chocolate mousse won. We booked tickets to watch The Hunger Games: Mockinjay (Bruno hadn't read the books or watched the previous films so when we arrived 15 minutes into the film, I certainly felt for him. He quickly caught on however!)
Tuesday involved translating all of the evaluation sheets from Spanish into English with Mili's help. We spent 4 hours doing so - mainly due to the fact ...