I fully intend to write about our day on Lake Titicaca and our visit to the native people that live on floating islands there.
Even more, I really enjoyed how the Peruvian people decorated walls of their houses with hand drawn advertisements, political messages, and plain ol' personal expressions.
One final note on the meteorite--a quote from the LA Times story:
"Now that various experts from Japan and other countries have assured us there is nothing bad, we have decided this belongs to us," said Benito Mosaja Pari, 56, who called himself the village lieutenant governor.
"We're going to dig it out.
The scientists tell us this was part of a world that fell apart.
It has some value.
And now it's ours."