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south america- Peru


we just landed in Peru the flight was from 1:00p - 8:25p by LATAM Airlines Group with one stop over for 3h in SCL for C$1,212.82.
for the next three days we will-
day one-Máncora
day two-Puerto Maldonado
day three- Machu Picchu

day 1-
when we woke up today we were so used to relaxing that we decided to go to Máncora. Máncora is the place to see along the Peruvian coast. it is Peru’s best sandy beach and stretches for several kilometers in the sunniest region of the country. we had a great time swimming and all the people around the looked very happy. we ate my different types of food there.

day 2-
when we woke up today we were so tan and tired that we decided to go to Puerto Maldonado. Puerto Maldonado is the capital of the southern jungle, has busy central streets, many tooting mototaxis. this city brought us back to earth, because of its busy city life, what we had left behind nine countries ago was all brought back to us in a few moments. we saw beggars around, we saw nice cars, we saw bad cars, we basically saw what we were about to go back to in a day.
today we went to Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu is an Incan citadel in the Andes Mountains in Peru, above the Urubamba River valley. and has amazing panoramic views. Its exact former use remains a mystery and that's what made it even more fun. we walked around took many pictures. we then ate food and went back to the hotel.

Peru was a great place, it was a very busy place but the people there made sure they had time to for there family.
Peru was our last country to visit. we spent so much time away from our family but that made us feel like it made us closer to our family. we have seen many people and saw how happy they are to be alive. this made us remind us about how blessed we are.
I am glade we are going home now but I would love to tavel the world again, and what made it better was how I traveld with my sister, Aleeza, who not only is my sister but also my best friend.

Posted by Mahnoork21 15:29 Archived in Peru

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