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Feeling philosophical in Peru

Sunday, 1 Jun 2008 | Views [871] | Comments [2]

Public transport is a fickle thing. Sometimes he works in your favour, organising first class buses to leave whenever you want, either with complete English translation or slowly spoken Spanish for easy comprehension, or the moody little bastard refuses ... Read more >

Lima. NOT Llama.

Thursday, 29 May 2008 | Views [583]

Just a short entry to update in case I don't get the net for a while. We're currently staying with another Nakiska friend of Andrew's in Lima. Mario lives in the outer suburbs of Lima, but yesterday took Andrew and I and drove us all around Lima, showing ... Read more >

The Mel's awesome groove

Tuesday, 27 May 2008 | Views [795] | Comments [2]

This is a tale of alcohol, dancing and intrigue. Okay, no intrigue. But plenty of alcohol. After finishing the Inca Trail I was feeling grooveless and lacked the joy of Cuscotopia music in my head. We briefly visited the Sun Temple and the Cathedral ... Read more >

The amazing Inca Trail

Monday, 26 May 2008 | Views [3361] | Comments [6]

Okay, are you comfortable? Do you have a coffee in hand? Better go get one. While you’re up, get something to munch on. On second thoughts, go and cook yourself some dinner (or whatever meal you need), eat your fill, grab a refreshing drink, find somewhere ... Read more >

Into Peru and Cusco

Wednesday, 21 May 2008 | Views [1064] | Comments [4]

Transport in South America can be an adventure all on its own. In the space of a couple of days, Andrew and I experienced two rather unique bus trips which has given us the inclination to ensure that we revert to travelling first class. Travelling ... Read more >



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