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A thousand stopovers!

semi-overcast 15 °C

After a few weeks of all-nighters with work, I finally got rid of all the projects on hand. Personal growth and living life is more important to me than anything for now.

My flight from JFK left super early today this morning. There were so many stopovers, my semi-conscious state has lost count. After San jose, Quito and Guayaquil in Ecuador, I finally arrived in Lima ,Peru. The Lima airport is very modern and everyone is very friendly.

I arranged for airport pick-up with my hostel, Malka, located in San Isidro which is one of the safe area in Lima. My driver told me that Pervian election is going to be on Sunday and 20 people is running for the president. He also told me that the current president Tojedo, previously a coca farmer, was too democratic and does not have enough control on the people. So let's see what will happen on Sunday. I'll in Cusco, the 'Navel of the world' or the 'Inca capital' more than 500 years ago.

For now, I will try to go to bed although I'm already too tired to do so.

Posted by shinenyc 20:34 Archived in Peru Tagged backpacking

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Nice to hear from you Christine... BTW check this URL out: http://www.worldservice.org/docpass.html
Very messy weather here. Anyway you are there now so ENJOY YOUR WELL DESERVED VACATIONS... Talk to you later,
Antoine...

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