Diver Carl Finds Love in Heights of Andes; Inca Beauty Persuades Him to Live in Peru

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Diver Carl Finds Love in Heights of Andes; Inca Beauty Persuades Him to Live in Peru


Byline: CARL BUTLER

DEEP sea diver Carl Unwin has found love in the dizzy heights of the Andes mountains A Peruvian beauty has persuaded Carl to put down roots at 11, 000ft in her home city of Cusco.

His family, dad Mal from Pantymwyn near Mold, and sister Helen, from Lixwm, Holywell, will fly out to Peru for the couple's wedding celebrations on August 21.

Sadly, mum Sioux has been advised by her doctor that the 28-hour flight out -- and two and a half day flights back -- plus the near certainty of altitude sickness, will be too much for her.

Carl, 39, was a diver in the Royal Navy for four years but since leaving he has been a free lance deep sea diver, mainly in the Gulf in the Middle East.

Mal, 61, boss of the DHL delivery depot in Flint, said: ``Sometimes he's able to take months off and he has travelled all over the world places like Vietnam and India and he prefers to meet the natives rather than do the tourist thing.

``He got it into his head he wanted to be on Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas, on millennium night.

``He went up there with a friend but troops arrived to clear the site.

``Carl hid and was able to spend millennium night on Machu Picchu.

``He fell in love with the place and decided to go back for a six-month stay and that's where he met Lia, who is of Inca Indian descent.

``Her family run a jewellery business, something Peru is quite famous for, and they manufacture jewellery and have a couple of shops. ''

Carl rents a five-bedroomed house outside Cusco but wants to build his own home for himself, Lia and her eight-year-old son Kebby. …

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