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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... was the thermal 'baths'. Promised a pool of hot water after a short 15minute walk we duly traipsed up to the caves. We understood that things might not be as they seem as soon as we had paid to go in. Contrary to all other thermal experiences everyone was still fully clothed and sitting outside a selection of doors. Behind each door we would learn was a cave. Each cave has a different temperature and only one group of people can go in at ...
... had more diversity that the pretty sophisticated and cosmopolitan views in the well-to-do section of Lima that I was staying in, so I needed to branch out.
I took the overnight bus for eight hours to reach Huaraz. I was a little nervous about it, because I had heard some horror stories about the quality of the busses and the speed the drivers travel. Surprisingly, it was cheap (about $40 round ...
... 2pm and had the rest of the day to relax while staring up at what I was told was voted the worlds most beautiful mountain. I was worried when I saw everyone had headlights but the clearness of the moon and stars made it easy to see. I tried to be the last to go to bed every night and the exhaustion of that took me back to the excitement of staying up past your bedtime when you're little - a very old feeling. On the third day we walked to the top of a mountain to ...
... and walked a couple of blocks to the bus terminal.
The 10pm Cruz del Sur bus has two classes and we opted for the better of the two. The lower deck of the bus has 'Cama Seats', they are wider seats with a bit more incline, with individual entertainment screens which even had internet and Facebook. After a quick snack, it was time to sleep - that was the main reason for the fancy ...
... as it turned out one company wasn't leaving for Trujillo at all for the next two days and the other one only had a couple of options left so I decided to cut my time in Huaraz short and leave the next night on yet another night bus. As the city so far hadn't managed to convince me and I wouldn't be able to a longer tour than just the day trip I didn't feel the need to stay any longer. Especially as I also didn't want to have to move hostels or stay another night ...