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- Continental Breakfast
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... of the day to rest. After 6kms of stairs up and 4km down, we needed it!
This day was the longest day of the trek, in all it was 17kms. This was the day we walked from the Andes into the Amazon, it was the most scenic day so far ending with one of the most spectacular Incan sites on the entire journey, Intipata. This was our last night on the trek and Remy was lucky enough to be surprised with the most amazing pre-birthday cake we have ever seen. They made the cake on ...
... that our local guide introduced herself in Quchan, the language of the Inkas and described a range of weaved patterns on display. These weaved patterns were the Inkas written language as different patterns meant different things including the type of crops grown, whether you were married or starting a family and where you were from.
For me the most fascinating part of this visit was the demonstration of how the wool from llamas and alpacas was dyed a range ...
... the way it goes but we rested well and caught up on a few things (diaries, laundry, exercise), even *enjoyed* cooking a couple of meals! We visited a really nice new park in the city centre with our dorm-mates (not the American ones...) which has masses of newly installed fountains and twice weekly light shows projected into the spray. There were dancing figurines, hypnotic patterns and Pink Floyd-esque lasers firing all over the place along to dramatic classical ...
Today we departed Refugio Amazonas in a 7:15am early boat ride. We were travelling down-stream this time so the whole ride only took 1 ½ hours instead of 2 ½ as on the way up, but it was no less beautiful. We saw macaws, a tree full of the ever present vultures, monkeys and a pair of size 9 Pumas, but no real live "big cats". It was sort of sad to leave behind this place of natural beauty and amazing tranquillity, but on the other ...
... hike back to the boat we were treated to a show from the biggest blackest tarantula I have ever seen. If you laid a table tennis bat over his outstretched legs he would have had his shoes poking out the sides – easily! And probably would have pushed that bat right back at you and bitten your arm off. He was huge!! The guides had noted where his burrow was and advised us that they were going to lure him out, and for us not to make any noise or move as ...
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