Peru - Posted On
We leave Copacabana, my friend Armand, and Bolivia, and enter Peru.
People warned us about how Peruvian local people are spoiled by the tourist industry. So much of a wrong thing: People are just so smiley, happy and helpful!
Copachica, on shores of Titicaca is like a dream for us.
We camp on the grassy deserted shores of Titicaca Lake, without doing any bike riding, just swimming and flying every day.
We will stay there 4 days, waiting for our friend Sébastien coming from France with his bike, a speed riding wing and a good willing of beating off the tracks for a while.
Just behind our tent, there is a large flat grassy area where we practice ground handling. Aside is a small hill facing the lake breeze.
We will soon also get up the larger hill a bit further to fly from a few hundred meters high.
Nadège becomes simply the happiest person in the world, she found her site that looks safe enough for her.
And for me, soaring hours at a few centimetres off the ground, skilling up for dealing with the wing’s slightest moves is a great relief after so much of riding-but-no-flying time.