La Posada Del Cacique
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... and retreating for an early night. No alarm tomorrow, so hopefully catch up on all the lost sleep from last nights few hours. Best moment: defrosting and freshening up in our super HOT HOT shower! Worst moment: when our card wouldn't work at the supermarket and realised its been blocked... Grrrrr Banana moment: when Aaron slipped down the stairs and was more concerned about not breaking the wine haha. Why do all the silly things happen to my poor husband ...
... with many great sculptures on them.
They called that town " the white town" because of the number of white people in it, and not because of the buildings. My friend Paulo told me that the guide from the Free walking Tour is wrong about that fact.
This town is called the "White City" because of the volcanic rock called "sillar". Muchas gracias Paulo to correct me on that information.
In fact, the ...
... He was in search of human sacrificies which dated back to the Incas over 500years ago. Over 2 expeditions he discovered the bodies of 3 children who had been killed and offered as a sacrifice to the Inca Gods. The children's bodies were so well preserved because they had been wrapped in so many blankets and been left at the top of snow covered mountain tops - freezing them in time.
After the video, we were shown round the museum by a guide who told us about ...
... than a main square which is similar to Cusco with a nice cathedral, there's not much to see. Chris ventured out with his boyfriend to a viewpoint of the city and a volcano called El Misty in the background for sunset. Unfortunately, I was too sick to even walk around, so was tent bound. He assures me I didn't miss much though. I got dinner in bed, an ordinary risotto. Too rich for me. Lucky we don't have much of an ...
... that proved to be more difficult to work out. (Tubes, rubbery rings, hooves(?) and jelly like substances) Having said that, we got a bit of help when we went to the local meat market the next day and decided that we had probably tried tripe and perhaps valves of some sort.
We visited some good small museums and saw some great photograpy including some showing Franciscan monks meeting Amazon tribes for the first time.