It just requires more work, however, not that big of a deal. Would definitely add some more convenience to the app! Overall great app. Other than that though.
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We can look up and down at the numbers and can compare them more easily. To start, make a number line that starts at 0 and goes to the highest number you need to include. You'll see why in a minute. Label the number line so you remember it represents hours. And write what information the graph will have at the top.
Now we can easily see which planet has the longest day, the shortest day, and everything in between. But what do we do about Mercury and Venus?
Their days are thousands of hours long. How do we make a graph for those? We make a number line, but instead of numbers 1, 2, 3… we will use 1,, 2,, 3,…. Make a number line that goes all the way up to 6, Along the bottom, write Mercury and Venus. Above Mercury, mark a dot a little less than halfway between 1, and 2, Now make a dot a little under 6, for Venus.
Their dots would be so close to 0 it would be hard to tell the difference between them. Graphs work best when the numbers are similar in size, usually with the same number of digits. At the hotel, the staff were surprised to see us; they did have our booking, but confirmed what we suspected.. Fredi had failed to tell them our arrival time! They asked to see our train tickets and the lovely staff on reception were very apologetic that we'd had to make our own way.
Except, someone other than the guide showed up at pm. We were to be ready for am in the lobby. That was all we were told.
Instead of waiting 10minutes, our guide leaves us in order to meet another group in another hotel I've no idea why we weren't all put up in the same hotel!? And we had to meet our guide in the queue for the buses. Thankfully we were able to find him in the queue, and as a guide he was lovely. Our journey home took a long time.
At The Close Of A Long Long Day lyrics and chords are here for your personal use only, it's a wonderful country song recorded by Slim Whitman. It's been a long, long day. I got some run-down shoes. Ain't got no place to stay. But any old place will be okay. It's been a long, long day. Good night. Good night.
I wish we'd been given an earlier train, but we had no say in the timing of the tour at all. We had 6 hours to waste in Agnes Caliente, and no hotel room to nap in. When we finally arrived back at Cusco train station, our pre-arranged taxi driver had no board with our name on so we couldn't find him. We almost ordered our own taxi as it took us 30min to finally find him in the crowds. Complete chaos.
He also tried to return us to the incorrect address since Fredi still hadn't passed on the address.
It was a complete shambles of a trip!! The guides themselves were friendly and informative, but we didn't have a guide for the whole trip. I'm pleased we got to see Machu Picchu and some of the sacred valley, but there are other better tour groups out there than this one.
I advise you look elsewhere. It was a nice tour and enjoyable. It was in the middle of the preparations for Fiesta del Sol, so some slight changes were made to the itinerary. We did participate in a Peruvian Despacho ceremony, which was enlightening and spiritual. The weave factory was amazing but they really need to give you more time there. We had 15 minutes. I did find a lovely pancho type drape with scarf. It is beautiful, soft, and warm. The cost for Alpaca wear was quite a bit less than it is in Cusco. The information we were given was nice, but sometimes we could not hear everything the guide was saying.
Also, sitting in the top of the bus provides the best view, but as you head up toward where the ceremony occurs, and later the weave factory, it becomes quite chilly, so make sure to dress warm, with hat, and gloves.
Also, take some money with you. We had used the last of our soles that morning and had very little on us. It was quite enjoyable and showed us areas of the city we would not have seen otherwise. We enjoyed pretty much everything about the tour. Elvis was so engaged and interesting about contemporary Peruvian life, JL was great at explaining everything Inca.
The train and the hotel in Agua Calientes were great. Not included but we went twice, the hot springs are really good. There were a couple of unadvertised stops at shops, Awanca Kancha was great for the llamas and alpacas, but the shop is pricey; the silver shop had lovely goods, but we would have preferred more time at Pisac ruins we had to run up and down the citadel.
MP is extraordinarily beautiful and the timing of our guide was just perfect. We also loved the walk up and down Waynapichu mountain this is very steep at the top, not if you suffer vertigo! The only aspect of the tour which was not good, was the taxi back. A lovely car for sure, but driven so fast and aggressively, speeding up and then braking sharply, especially in towns, and tailgating all other vehicles, so much that we all felt sick and had to beg the driver to slow down.