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... catch the bus to Lima. I shared the bus ride with last night's partygoers, who, I must admit, looked a bit worse for the wear! Arriving at Lima I managed to get a taxi and had my first experience of the crazy Lima traffic (and drivers). Insane. Before my trip everyone I spoke to said that Lima is a dump and most recommended that I skip it. Perhaps it is because I arrived with super low expectations, but I was ...
... some 2000 years ago?! "I want the answer to that" said Agent Muller from the X-files! ;-) (look up Astronaut + Nazca in Google Images)
The rest of the drive was less funky but more scenic as we started to climb (finally!) into Peru's moutains. Going from pure dry desert to moutains was fun to watch, as the hours passed and I am writting this post.
Christine sleeps next to me, as do most of the other passengers, while the sun serves us in a majestic display ...
... a dentist in the real world); and me - castrating dogs (what I do best..... - great fun especially with the last one as there was a friendly sort of dog at the place we were staying at last night. Can't believe that when we were discussing this last night, I said it would be great if we had some boiled eggs to use as testicles - but we'd had boiled eggs that morning so wouldn't be any the following morning - but then Chris said that ...
Bars made from bamboo, more hammocks than people, white sand, sun, reggae, pool, table tennis and deliciously fresh seafood! This is how the small fishing town of Paracas will forever be remembered for both Ella and I. Our bus from Cusco took us to Ica - annoyingly timed so we are currently paused halfway through watching Interstellar on the Cruz del Sur bus. The plan was to the get a 10minute taxi to a place on everyone's list in Peru ...
... passed through in the last few weeks, many of the houses look unfinished. They remind me of some of the places I visited while in Nepal. The bottom floor of the house is complete and where the people are living. It appears that the house can be expanded upwards as there are metal rods sticking up top. None of these houses ever seem to get completed though and remain with the rods protruding, I wonder if they have to worry about lightning. It ...