You don't know the meaning of hungry and thirsty

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March 6th 2016
Published: March 6th 2016
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Three and a half hours on the bus without water or breakfast and the kids were getting slightly fractious. Hunger and thirst are not something that they've had much experience of, sort of a new feeling for them to conquer. We played games including 'if you could have any food you wanted, what would it be..'. Hat's list included creamy M&S mash and marshmallows.
We were pounced on by the tour Hawks at Nazca bus station, but we new where we were heading - Casa La Encantada (enchanted house) - a recommended place to eat. We spent almost three hours there and there were several rounds of food ordered and a lot of dosh spent on jugs of amazing passion fruit. We kept on having to say to the kids that we wouldn't leave until they were full.
With everyone truly fed and watered, we put on our backpacks and walked to our hotel which was somewhat tricky to find.


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