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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Our room had a private bathroom and duvets on the beds - luxury compared to the norm in Peru. The communal area had a 180° panoramic view of the mountains; beautiful to look at while eating breakfast, and then in the evening there was a log fire greeting you as you returned from your treks.
Food-wise we ate out a couple of times experiencing our first taste of Tacu Tacu (rice and beans mashed and fried) and a quinoa, rice, egg ...
... br> It was a pretty nice landscape to check out, and the glacier was very impressive. I brought a couple of sandwiches and some oreos, so Mark and I sat at the top and had some lunch before heading back down. It was incredible how much easier it was to go down than it was coming up. It was as if there was no effect at all from the altitude on the way down. It was great!
Our ride back took about three hours because ...
... 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 ...
... wildlife we might see and even though wildcats would be awesome, we decided that chinchillas were more likely. David spotted one on the rocks, in the distance, but before everyone managed to see it, it was off.
The color of the water in the lake was really unusual, a kind of greeny colour which I guess was due to being melted glacier water. At the end of the lake, we walked onto the finest white sand imaginable. At the far end ...
... in Rome. It didn’t have much meat on it as you would imagine and tasted something like duck/pigeon. It is fatty and is a dark meat. It was nice enough to try but it’s not something I would go out of my way to order or pay lot for like the Peruvian’s do. Near the market they are bags and bags full of live Guinea Pigs for sale and their not for pets… Tomorrow we head back to Lima on a 7hr bus to enjoy the World Cup final and the capital of Peru for a few ...