Hostal La Rivera
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... rude tourists pushing and shoving themselves into lines. I really hate how rude travellers are and hope I don't appear the same way to others. The flight was short and sweet. We bought a copy of a book on the American guy that 'discovered' Macchu Picchu. It's funny because the spelling is really bad, it takes a lot longer to read because you have to try to work out the translations. That kept Tom occupied ...
... door I was able to check in and Tom and Hannah used the wifi to find the address of their hostel which turned out to be only a couple of blocks down the promenade. We met up for breakfast at 8 only to realise the majority of places was closed or didn't serve breakfast as it was a public holiday - not sure why a public holiday would mean no breakfast but oh well. We eventually found a little cafe where Hannah and ...
... in itself - the bus took twice as long as we had expected which had all of us nervous that we would miss our bus, and then when we were close to our destination a 'busker' got onto the bus with his microphone and speaker. He spent the first 5 minutes seemingly making jokes at us gringo's expense, which had the whole bus laughing at us, before launching into awful, off-key, karaoke-eske renditions of popular Peruvian songs. All of this with the speaker on a rapid echo ...
... he said 9pm. Silly me, didn’t double check –
should know they told him to be ready 2 hours before required just to make
sure, like they do on the buses here (15 mins early) just to make sure the
Latinos are on time. The procession was still on foot, a stupid idea given how
late it was and how slow it moves – they probably had to endure a really long
mass before setting off from the church ...
... next door at Otra Casa, once again, with friend we met here, Matt from Anchorage, who, like many travelers we have come across, works on a yacht in the summer in order to travel the rest of the year.
Today, we must say goodbye to all of our new friends and this town that seems to suck people in, including our family. Not only is the weather beautiful, the food delicious, but in addition to that, the streets feel safe and the vibe is friendly. We are ...
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