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... these). The paintings are also superbly preserved making it an overall experience that's like being on the set of Apocalypto including a massive wall 70 odd feet high with carvings depicting the whole sacrifice process.
After a week or so everyone in the hostel I was staying at had decided it was time to move on so I packed my bags for Lima. However that night on the beach I was persuaded to go with Inti, an Argentine I'd met through some English girls, to Mancóra, ...
... in a
wastepaper basket full of vanish – not seen a sink plug in months – I returned
to try and find the place where the colectivos stop. Crammed in with the world
and his wife and was charged gringo price, but for once didn’t kick up as it
was 50c rather than 30!
Of course, the sol pyramid was closed for renovation and the
museum was charged separately, so it was 10 soles just to get into ...
... of yellow brown and there are rocks all through the shallows. It was still quite early when we got to the beach so it was not busy, we scouted out a good spot between to palms on the sand to set up our slack line. We were quickly shutdown as a local business owner informed us that it was prohibited and the police would confiscate it if they caught us, we found his reasoning flimsy but we packed up anyway and went swimming. By midday we were shocked to find ...
... crocks without too much hassle, but not without at least twenty women petting him on the head, tickling him under his chin saying “muy lindo” or “muy bonito,” and this has been a pattern since we entered this country. Eli told me yesterday that he’s ready to retire! The highlight of the market for me were the various DVD shops showing movies of either bull fight mishaps or women cat fights (perhaps wrestling, but with absolutely ...
Well everyone, I finally did it. Here is a blog. Now if you couldn't tell already.... keeping a blog is not my thing. BUT this will be a good process and learning tool for me to use. So get ready for infrequent updates and a lot of spelling/grammatical errors. Anyways, it's been a full week of me being here! And by here I mean Peru at the orphanage. So far it's been a crazy roller coaster of experiences:
- When I landed in Peru the airplane ...