Bed & Breakfast de Kike
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... I don't know if it is due to the developing of my Spanglish, or just because I have kept pushing forward, to dare more, or maybe it came, when I finally accepted my way of travelling was right to me, I did not need to do as everyone else for it to be right, or maybe it was the moment I realise, that there are good things I miss at home in Denmark, and going back doesn't make me less interesting. And it is highly likely, that every small thing all interfered, with the changes in ...
... the English he knew. The marks ranging from birds to other obscure shapes were huge and intriguing (300m in length was the largest). The mystery still stands with no real idea how and why they got there, some say aliens, others say the Nazca people created them to please the gods. But how did they manage to align them so perfectly with the southern cross star all those years ago? What a mystery and one I'm desperate to get to the bottom of... While ...
... These are pretty nice to stroll along. There is however a shopping center that is built at the edge of the cliffs and it seems pretty crazy to have any building there. Later, we decided to have dinner at one of the recommended seafood/ceviche restaurants close to our hotel. A screaming horde of teenagers started gathering while we were eating. It turned out that a K-pop (and J-pop) star was in town for a music festival and the ...
... brought from the other side of security in our back pack and to our suprise it reacted to the air pressure sucking in more air. We are at 9,150 ft above sea level though and planned our stop here to try to adjust to the high altitude.
After getting into our room we went for a tasty Peruvian Lunch, checked out the train station that we need to catch our train to Aguas Calientes ...
... great group of people and we had a lot of fun! The hike was spread over 4 days with 3 nights camping. We were very lucky with the weather, it was hot and sunny everyday! The scenery was amazing and highest point we reached was 4200m at dead woman's pass!
Aside from the beautiful scenery, one of the most amazing things was to witness on the trek was seeing the porters running up and down the steps at ...