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The tour we were on today was very cheap for a whole day at
only $15 each. We waited nearly an hour for the pickup at the travel agent
office in the centre of town and ended up on a full sized fairly new tour bus
that was already near full so we had seats right up the back. The tour was
completely in Spanish which really didn’t make a lot of difference as we were
visiting places for the scenery and really didn’t need to pay for ...
... away. So after a lovely breakfast of fruit salad we went to check in. It was nice but as we found out that night really noisy. After showers we went to the market for lunch. They have the menu, soup and main for 5 soles but as usual Vicki and I can't get passed the soup. It's really filling. Then we went down stairs to get some veggies for dinner. I hate walking through the meat section, cow heads, feet, other heads all hanging and this time bags of guinea pigs playing on the floor. ...
... hostel I was at. On the way back I strolled along Plaza de Armas and the little artesan markets in the city centre before finding a very nice looking Italian pizzeria place where I finally managed to get some food. Garlic bread, pizza and a fruit salad later I walked back to the hostel and quickly decided it was bed time as the next day would be a long day and I would need my sleep. Unfortunately I wouldn't really get the sleep I needed. Two drunk Spanish ...
Peru is quite developed in some areas like transport and the long distance buses are really good and relatively cheap compared to the rest of Central America. Our coach had large comfy seats, showed English moves, had Wifi, served food on the bus so it doesn't have to stop, has toilets and they even had a game of Bingo in Spanish which Zoe almost won! The journey from Lima to Huaraz is about 300km up the coast and 100km inland into the mountains. The journey took about 8.5hrs and ...
... his thighs, his **** was in full view. To and fro he went as we clinched our bags tighter and shuffled and dealt the cards. A scruffy little boy came and stood between us, fingering our water bottles and staring demonically at Beardy until his granny came begging. We were in full Spanglish conversation with a guy about Rummy when we were beeped onto the minibus. Phew! Or so we thought. We parked up around the corner, wondering how long we might be stationary, I opened ...
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