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... to Puno! I gave him a kiss. So our accidental issue with the bus turned into a little adventure with some silly pictures and saved us each $25 USD. I like that kind of accident! Not only that, but we were worried about getting into Puno late and we arrived at our hostel at 8pm which is essentially the same time our fancy tourist bus would have gotten us there. So we were on time and we saved money. In Puno we are meeting up with our friends Janske and Brom who we met in Colombia a month ago but that story ...
... boats. Last night, as we checked in, the villas received a phone call asking about the shuttle. They usually only run it on the weekends but went down to pick up the people anyway. There were 6 of them and they were eating and drinking at the winery while we had dinner and talking about their boats and the size of them. One was 17.5 feet wide. We saw them leaving the marina. How the other half live! They were not small boats and looked to have all the ...
A little Trivia today. What is the name of the mascot for the Iowa Hawkeye's Football team? Its "Herky". Wasn't on my radar. There is a big uproar as the new mascot is more muscular than the old one and that isn't going over too well.
Today we didn't leave until about 9:00 am. Truck traffic was even worst today than other days. Not sure why but you can see several pictures of what is around us most of the day. When they go by, usually at higher speed than we ...
... that cuts through the town was closed for construction, so we couldn't get to the park on the other side of town without traveling about 20 miles out of the way. How do people live like that?
So back on the eastward road toward the Mississippi River. There were several routes we could take, but we decided on a route that would take us on some of the road marked as scenic routes on the Iowa map. We quickly ...
... of birds of prey, as well as some condors, one of which swooped within metres
of our heads. We managed to blag a lift
back to Cabanaconde with a French woman and her son, who it turns out were
heading to our hostel.
What we didn’t realise was that all the trails out of
Cabanaconde were blocked and this meant that everyone planning on an overnight
trek that morning needed a place to stay.
Coupled with the influx of people ...