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... everyone replied with a form of nice. Apparently words like delicious and tasty are better, who knew! The salsa bar was full of locals salsaing and they taught a few of us the moves, when drunk I think you pick it up better haha. Next it was onto olyalotampo which we like to call ollyallytampon, and was the starting place for the inca trail...dun...dun...duhhhhh We went out for dinner and I managed to have afternoon tea, hurray! Not quite like home but I was good enough. So ...
... nothing comes inspiration:) That night going down to the lake side for the meditation, prayers and good byes to the sun was even more special. We picked up three cocoa leaves, put our intentions, prayers and wishes into them. Blew over them and then gave them to the water In the hope it will come true.. We watched one of our group members perform the fire ceremony for the setting sun. It meant that at sunset a small pot filled with dried dung (yes **** burns;)) is mixed with ...
... they swarmed in around them like seagulls on a chip. Everyone in the salon laughed as I put my feet in. It was the strangest feeling I have ever had.. Apparently it makes your feet softer but I don't know my feet well enough to know if it worked. At night, we found the night markets which had hundreds of tiny stalls selling alsorts of ****. Chels discovered she had some impressive bartering abilities. Last night in Mira Flores before heading to Cuzco on a 24hr bus trip. Gonna be ...
Feeling slightly hungover from the hostel party, we woke up to catch a quick flight to Puerto Maldonado to get us to the Amazon basin. It was so good to be back at sea-level and in the heat!
We had to take an hour long boat ride up the Madre de Dios River to reach the Inkaterra EcoLodge where we were to stay for the next 4 nights. Upon reaching the lodge, after our welcome drink and a cold towel, we were shown ...
What is it with Peru – why in the desert do they have hot
water yet no fans – it doesn’t make sense?!
Grabbed a quick coffee before heading to Barranco, a seaside
burb a few k away but with the traffic and bus perpetually stopping, took more
than an hour. Some pretty little colonial streets & nice watering holes –
had good coffee & cake for ...
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