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"What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce." Karl Lagerfeld After all the early starts on the Inca trail woke fairly early another hot shower, something which is one of the treats of travelling. Got our free hostal breaky, left a very big bag of washing at the laundry place and then went to meet my parents who were now in Cusco. Rocked up at their swanky hotel for lots of hugs and tried ...
... purpose in this life and your promise of the afterlife. Arequipa is known for its cuisine, with one of special dishes being Chupe de Camarones. This is a mildly spicy soup full of, not shrimps as we know them, but fat crayfish with one lobster like claw, corn in the cob, fava beans and, of course, potatoes. Also of the region is the Recoto Rellano or stuffed pepper. The recotto is a ...
... up with a solution as to where to eat to avoid getting ill - we found a Burger King and ate there and for the first time in a week we didn't feel **** after eating. It's only a temporary solution as I don't think either us fancy eating burgers everyday until we get to Argentina. One of the cutest things we have come across in South America are Alpacas. We went on a walking tour and part of the tour took us to an Alpaca farm where we could get in the pen with them, ...
... is the second deepest canyon in the world (after another nearby canyon), but it is very barren and harsh.
Before going to bed, we paid for our stay and our dinner. When we got the bill, it said 30 sol for the two of us for the night. All that arguing and she had meant 15 each, not 50! (Jim swears she was saying 'cincuenta per persona'). Possibly our cheapest night in Peru.
We were up and climbing the very steep canyon wall by 4.30 am to ...
... terrorists would then brain wash and take for their army. Without the help of their husbands to till the fields for food, these women had no means of taking care of themselves and so fled to the cities. The soup kitchen was started 20 years ago by these widows to help one another survive in the city. Each week two widows volunteer to cook three meals a day for the whole week, allowing the other women to go out and focus on their jobs. The two workers are allowed to ...
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