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Volver de la selva implica encontrarse de nuevo con la civilización. Salir de la selva y tomarse un avión a Lima es movilizante en un nivel que nunca había sentido.
Cuando salimos de la dieta de plantas nos recomendaron no interactuar demasiado con gente hasta llegar a casa y eso hice.
Llegue al hotel; me bañe y me acoste a dormir. Cuando …
... enjoyed another one each!
Once we got back to our own hotel I thought we would be ready to drop, but we wanted to stay awake as long as possible so we’d get used to the new time zone. So, after dumping our bags in our room, we went down to the hotel bar with S & A, where we were shortly joined by our guide Rosario, then another couple.
I was pleased to see my favourite cocktail, the Brazilian caipirinha, on the drinks list, so ...
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... of the day). She took us to a place called El Rinconcito que no conoces (The little place you don't know about). The ambience was old-fashioned, a little like 1950's Havannah, with the decorations to go with it, and it was a well-known establishment of at least 40 years. The food was amazing. That was my favorite meal of the trip so far. It ended with a Crema volteada con coco. It was like a chewy flan with coconut bits in it and topped with a ...
... guys got cold, so that says a lot to me. After the hike, we got the train to Machu Picchu. I was reluctent to do any walks, due to the condition of my feet. But limped my butt up to the infamous sungate. It was cloudy and started to rain, which settled the clouds and revealed a magnificant view. He whole place has an eerie feeling and an energy that is hard to explain. I am amazed that a civilisation could live there, and who knows what else is buried ...