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When I first arrived at Cusco I felt a horrible headache, and an immediate short of breath. Well not so strange perhaps considering the city is in the middle of the Andes and its elevation is around 3,400 m (11,200 … Continue reading
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In Lima the dirty smell provoked my nose, and the car exhaust got stuck in my throat. It was an unpleasant reminder of the 8,5 million that lived in the city. But the most common public transportation that probably was … Continue reading