Gran Hostal Machu Picchu
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... in the afternoon. Our shift is 3-6 so we walked home, stopped at a shop to try on some fleece jackets (it's colder here than we expected!) and then home for dinner. We got to FaceTime with John, Candice, Brooke and Sam tonight as its Brooke's birthday today! She opened our presents while we chatted so that was fun. It's crazy how we're so far apart but can still chat and be in contact. I haven't asked if we can take photos with the boys so only photos of art today. Stay ...
We spent two nights in the Amazon, with the first night going on a walk hearing the bird life, hearing the monkeys, frogs and seeing the bats. It was very humid, and was raining intermittently on the first night. The next day we went on a boat for an hour up river for a 4 hour bush walk to a lagoon, seeing piraña, toucans, an electric eel, the tarantula ...
... guinea pig and humming bird.
Cusco is an enchanting town, steeped in history and so much more than a stopping point to get to Machu Picchu. I can understand how so many people get stuck there when passing through. And in other good news, my debit card arrived there which meant that I could finally continue my travels without wondering where my cash was going to come from. It only took 26 days to get there from Ireland! Next destination - The Inca Trail and Machu ...
... spectacular camp sites that any of us have ever experienced. In fact, it isn't a camp site at all but a private location that can only be used by Alpaca Expeditions.
Option B: Become one with the pumas and do a flat hike for many miles followed by a bus ride to Santa Teresa where we could enjoy the hot springs with dozens of other pumas and ease our aching bodies. This option would have us camp ...
... bread for dinner for tea from this small specialist bakery near the cathedral which turned out to be the best grain bread we have had since Australia. We then rushed back to our hotel to make the pre tour meeting. We found out this had been held earlier but they arranged another meeting for us and 2 others who had missed this first meeting. We met the guide for the Inca trek and Dale met the office manager who gave her all her vouchers for the Cuzco ...