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... that I had been prescribed for the altitude because the side effects are similar to those of altitude sickness (thanks mom, for finding that info and telling me!) and since then I've been okay. We made it to Lima at sea level and then with little sleep and a few frustrations to Cusco where we are now. At 3400 meters! The altitude is still an issue but nowhere near as bad as the other day. But this is a story for another day! I'm going to end this blog entry by ...
... went to the food market, up into the historic centre to places such as Plaza Grande, into the entrance to the President's Palace where we saw a shift change in the guards and had a group picture (but where the current president doesn't live due yo political tensions/ previous assassinations there), past some of the main churches, to a sweet shop (yes I bought something, made of half jelly like stuff and half fudge like stuff), through a free museum where we had a quick rest break ...
... was a shame that the biking didnīt go better for them.
Today, we started our trip into the jungle with a stop at some hot springs in Papallacta and an interpretive hike to some waterfalls in the cloud forest. The girls got their first glimpses of the huge leaves, beautiful birds, and streams and rivers that await them in the jungle. Everyone is in excellent spirits tonight and we are headed off to have dinner!
... one day of observation training I was handed the reins and wished luck.
'So tell me about your hobbies?' I asked the one young man, importantly stamping his result sheet and signing it with a flourish.
'I like play football.' he says, joining every other male student I'd interviewed that morning, common hobby, common grammar. 'And I walk my dog.'
'Oh you have a dog!' ...
... in a pretty unsafe area of Quito but it didn't seem to be any less safe than how I imagine the other areas of Quito to be, so Im thinking that lonely planet needs some better editors! If anything I think I'd be targeted down here since I'm so white and obviously a tourist, and there are so many people everywhere that I imagine it would make it easier to pickpocket. I am volunteering in a project that works with street children in downtown Quito. These kids are ...