Angels Guest House Peru
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mind was racing. I had loads to focus on. What to do, how to meditate, lunch, the birds outside...you name it, my head thought of it... Exhausting. The hike up to mountain Pachatata was pretty strenuous but brought some distraction of thinking. The surrounding is beautiful highland mountains with scars to no vegetation at all. This is not an island at sea level. this is different. This is way higher up and hiking steeply 5000m didn't leave breath for any kind of conversation even ...
... to have another early night so that we could wake up at 5am for an excursion to Lake Sandoval.
Lake Sandoval is part of the Tambopata National Reserve, a protected area of the Amazon. A 3km muddy trail led us to the Lake where we hopped into another canoe. En route, we saw a number of beautiful blue and yellow macaws. Their colours were so vibrant. As soon as we reached the lake, we witnessed brown cupuchin monkeys and ...
... in the Plaza which was dedicated to the person who spear headed the campaign to gain independence from Spain for multiple South American countries. Lima was devastated by a large earthquake in the mid 1700's and so most of the architecture is from that period. Paula was just lovely and so interesting to listen to. One of the highlights was the Franciscan monastery, it was an amazing building with incredible decoration and artworks. Underneath the church are some ...
... br> Last night we noticed that when looking out of our window there were two men in the room below us whom we could see. As the night continued we also saw the two men walking down our hall appearing to be on the phone. Around 2:00 everyone who had gathered in our room to talk and watch tv had left, leaving myself and two other female students on the trip alone in our room. Around 4 am our door was opened and when opening her eyes my friend saw one of the men ...
We flew out of São Paulo at 8am the next day (I know, more flying!) and arrived in Lima, Peru, which sits between dusty Andes mountains and the rolling surf of the Pacific. The guidebook was right by saying that flying into the city, it looks more like a Middle Eastern landscape than South American. From where I've been, it certainly looked like a cross between India and Kuwait. However, on ...