B&B Miraflores Wasi Independencia
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Bu sabah ta hergün olduğu gibi saat 4:30 da büyük ihtimal Sandoval gölüne gidecek turcuların gürültüsü ile uyandım, uyandık, çünkü bu gürültüde kimsenin uyuması mümkün değil. Sandoval için sabahın köründe kalkınca odalarda cam yerine sadece sinek teli olduğundan herkes uyanıyor. Saat beş buç …
... It was a small retreat with only 4 others making the atmosphere very intimate and living with a local family on the beginning of the hills of the island made it even more cosy. The procedures for the next days would be: Morning bell at 6 and making our way to our mediation spot, wrap up in blankets and start of 1,5 hours guided meditation. 8 breakfast, then meditation and yoga, beautiful vegetarian lunch with soup and hot sauce, free time and then another 1,5 hours ...
... the emergent layer right at the top. As we walked through the canopy layer, we saw and heard a number of different birds, but the highlight was the saddleback tamarin monkeys.
After lunch and a quick siesta, we took the boat to the Hacienda Conception, based at another Inkaterra Lodge, home to a remarkable Botanical Garden with over 200 different species of rainforest and medicinal plants. The tropical rainforest is also known ...
Another leisurely morning as this was our last morning with no planned activities. The next fortnight will be more organised. We finally left the hotel around 10:30 and wandered up to the local shops to have a look around. The prices were similar to home we think but it is a little hard to compare. Regan had a siesta around lunchtime and I bought him some gorgeous sandwiches from the local bakery. Brown bread and vegetables in the sandwich what a treat. In the afternoon we ...
... off into the desert, we spent a day in Lima touring the city and visiting prestigiously known plazas, etc. What we all found shocking was the high level of security everywhere, we were not even allowed to walk through the central plaza because they had swat police keeping it off limits to all citizens. It was quickly evident that we were no longer in Ecuador, where you can get a ticket to go into the presidents house, here in Peru we couldn't even stand in front ...