Villa Carmen Lodge

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I never thought id appreciate a cold shower

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Sep 08, 2014

...Until the water ran out all together... for 2 days... twice this week. IMy hair was so greasy that I considered bathing in the forbidden river... some of us actually did. I guess the pipes in palca are not very good so when it rains a lot ( which omg it has been) the water stops working.. Our Canadian supervisor, Eva, left Palca today because she has to go to Lacombe a week before us and meet the host families.. I have been ...

Picaflor House

A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 04, 2014

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So today I met the lovely children of Oropesa who attend the Picaflor House Community Project. I am working in the kindergarten with children aged 3-5. I had a great time playing on the floor with bricks and toys, on the swings and generally running around - at times I even let the children join in :-). The children seemed happy to be there and were very friendly, although a few were quieter and seemed a bit sad. Even the quieter ones, though, ...

A Little Tight (Crossing Borders, Part 4)

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 29, 2014

The thing is, I knew it was going to be a tight stopover, and I knew it was a risk. I figured if worst came to worst I could always postpone my second flight from Quito to Lima with a day and spend another night in Quito. But I was also starting to feel the pressure of less than a month left on the trip, and oh, all the things I still wanted to see and do. So I decided to go for it.

At the airport in Baltra I did try to ...

Condors and into the Canyon

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 29, 2014

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Breakfast wasn't until 6:30am but we'd been advised to wake at 5am and open the curtains of our room. The huge bay window gave a fantastic view over to the east where the sun would rise. The room was specially designed to allow guests to remain tucked up in the very comfy bed whilst being able to watch the night fade away and light of the new day brighten the sky.

Amerys Travels from Titikaka''s Taquile Island

A travel blog entry by amery on Aug 26, 2014

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Amerys Travels from Lake Titikaka II

25th August 2014

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Further over the lake lie the Taquile Islands, where live Quechua

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