Difference between revisions of "Peru"
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In Peru hitchhiking is quite doable although you are usually expected to contribute to fuel cost a little bit. It is nonetheless cheaper to travel by hitchhiking than taking a bus which, in fact, is a pretty cheap way of traveling, too.
(hitchhiking is cultural imperialism sometimes? we'll see!) Yeah! you can hitch Peru! Man, I got picked up by this amazing troupe of singing girls and their piano player who took me in and out and fed me fruit and trussed me up real nice. I was awful dirty, an what gorgeous girls. I found the south more difficult, cause no one had cars. don't take that $80 45minute train to machu picchu: the money goes to big-wigs in chile, to whom peru's ancient corrupt president sold the rail two decades ago. or so they say in aguacalientes. -k wikipedia:Peru