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... Cusco is 4,600mts. or 11,500ft. above sea level. All this times it has been just us our guide and driver. They drove us directly to our hotel Casa Andina Private Collection through the narrow cobble stone streets of Cusco, this place is amazing with all the different type of buildings. There are no high rises here just a mix of different centuries building. We checked into our hotel and our guide got us Coca Tea, this is made from the Coca plant, yes cocaine, Coca tea is used for ...
... if he would switch with me so we got to sit together on the long flight across the ocean. It was very interesting since we had two sunrises. When we left Sydney the sun was up and the day well begun. After we had been flying for a while we flew out of the morning and into the night. Eventually, we found another sunrise.
Home very ...
... Warrior Project and Raven Drum to have a nice sit down with Rick Allen. Rick is the drummer for Def Leppard, and he is also a victim of PTSD. He was in a car accident many years ago which cost him his left arm. He has been very active in finding a common ground with PTSD healing for our troops as well as trying to give these warriors something to take away from this experience. Rick is also an advocate for PTSD awareness, so he is very active ...
... clues around the resort so they could get the combination to open the treasure chest in our room.
As we are treasured guests, we are able to enter the park in the morning half an hour earlier than the regular joes so we don't have to fight the crowds. Mind you, there won't be many people there tomorrow morning.
I am looking forward to a good night's sleep and a long hot shower in the morning!
... a lot. More free stuff for me! We headed up to LA early that afternoon, stopping to get Vietnamese baguettes for lunch before our tour guide/ alumni, Dave, gave us a tour of the University of Southern California's (USC) campus. Absolutely stunning. I'm considering going back to uni just to study abroad there, because there is no way I can afford what are now $60,000 a year fees!
On Saturday morning us girls headed to The Forum shopping district to ...