They serve us breakfast (or something we intuit is breakfast). Our back hurts a bit, since the seats were not entirely comfortable as were those of the plane LAN one way. Still the flight has been pleasant. We landed at 6'31, almost with Swiss punctuality.
We have the connection with the flight of A Coruña at 7'35, but as we have reached the T4S (the satellite) the procedures become slow and heavy. Prior passport control, immigration (again passports), T4 train, security control, walk to one end of the terminal to the K90 gate and arrival with the boarding call. Without waiting we are already going home, dear home, where we will land at 8'40
It looks the Tower of Hercules in the background. We have arrived. Taxi for home (10,70 EUROS)
Peru has been a trip that has surely brought together the greatest variety of experiences and contrasts than any trip He has provided us before. It is time to open packages, give gifts, the post-holiday crisis and daily routine. However, we have always defended that post-trips are also part of the trip, and there are many memories to order, many images to remember and many moments to recreate.
In the next days we will scan tickets and We will publish the definitive accounts of DAYS 1 to 18, including the final CONCLUSIONS of the trip. But it will be little by little. Especially those of the days of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu and Cuzco, which we could not do during the trip because they were the most loaded days.
We wanted also thank our families (Mami, Papi Isaac, Miriam, Tom and grandmother Keys, Mami Loly, Miguel, Papi Paula and Abuelo Paula, Zano and uncles Jose and Ketty), the secouias (Juve and Ruth), friends and readers (Sonia, Raquel, Natalia, Josy, Angela, Sele, Fmanega, Josep, Toni, Carme, Elena and Sonia, Amparo-Antonio, Javier Las Palmas, Jason, Desika, Ana, Vanessa, MC, Isabel, Sandra - still traveling For Peru-, Javier, Bea, Victor, Monica, Nuria, Christian, Jose, Rocio, Marcos Nasca - thanks for your guide-, Fernando Sepulveda and all those who can forget us or are in the shade), the multitude of samples of affection and comments that have left us. It's an illusion to read them every day. Many thanks
Since To Coruña, opening travel packages and remaking new illusions…
Isaac and Paula, from A Coruña (Spain)
EXPENSES OF THE DAY: 10.70 EUROS