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... the sea, watch sea creatures, birds and other tourists
Evening: hanging around the common area, drinking beer, Mojito or Secret Squirrel, chatting to people
Ok, there was a little variation:
Day 1: lunch at a local seafood restaurant, day 2: lunch at Green Eggs & Ham, day 3: lunch at Los Dolphinos different local seafood establishment, day 4: lunch at Green Eggs & Ham, day 5: lunch at the first place from day 1.
Day 2: In the night ...
- Katy Krantz -
"Definitely an unforgettable experience."
- Alicia -
"I can't move my body, but the views and the experience were extremely worth it."
- Emma -
"Of all the places I've been to, Machu Picchu is one of them."
- Geoff Merz -
"It takes, what, 30 seconds to climb your stairs at home? Multiply that by 100 and you get the average time it takes to climb up to Machu Picchu. Add in the leg pain and mental ...
... We got back to the hostel with enough time to shower and pack up before catching a taxi at 11.45 with another guy who is taking the same bus as us. It was only $4 to the bus terminal and took 15 minutes, once at the terminal we had to check our bags in then we had an hour an a half to walk around before getting on the bus at half 1. We had some lunch in the bus terminal as it's huge like a giant shopping mall with 3 stories. We left the bus terminal on Cruz Del Sur ...
... difference in the level of service you get from Peruvians and Argentinians. In Argentina the people serving you were usually friendly and helpful, in Peru we often find they are only there because they need the money. It's funny in shops they will sometimes smile and look like they want to help, but as soon as you don't buy everything in the shop they look like you have just peed on the floor. When we got home we realised just how intense the sun is here. Chris had layered ...
... sunset and then headed back to the hostel for a few drinks and dinner. Definitely worth the trip there for the sand boarding and buggying. The next day we just enjoyed the sun by the small pool before deciding to climb the dune to take in sunset. Against previous advice we went straight up, rather than taking the less steep diagonal path, and it was very, very tough. On a par with Mount Doom in New Zealand if not as long. After several breaks to catch our breath from ...