Home Sweet Home-Mirador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... this was going on a little kitty was sitting by Madyson messing with her. Mom told me she just felt like dying. It absolutely broke my heart. I kept telling her that God has a plan and to trust in her but I was so scared. I haven't seen her in this much pain in a while. By this point we had hiked 11 miles in 15,000 meters of altitude for 8 hours. I told Rolando to call the car because mom said there was no way she could sleep there and it was starting to get dark ...
... relieved that we will have a less hectic pace in the city over the next two days with chance to let our altered breath and imagination guide us in what OAT calls their less touristed approach to travel.
We also find that holiday festivities have been replaced by the national religion of soccer obsession, and everyone, including our guide, is glued to the hotel lobby TV watching the big Peru ...
... of a shock coming from the serenity of the rainforest. Despite being mostly terrified going to the rainforest I loved almost every moment, not the mozzies so much. It has most definitely been the highlight of Peru so far, Machu Piccu has a lot to live up to. Exploring the forest and going to sleep to the sounds of the rainforest is something neither of us will ever forget and I am so glad we went. Cusco seemed pretty loud when we got back, London is going to take even more of an ...
... 25 minutes later.
We drove through the plaza in Maras, but it was pretty busy as they were celebrating a town anniversary of sorts. David pointed out the hats the women wore which were made locally. Arriving at Salineras (which is owned and run by the people in the region), we stopped at an overlook before heading down into the site. Salineras is a salt mine that has been in use since Incan times. It operates in the winter, so ...
... along the road as it was so wet and the river was pretty high. Even though we were on the road it was really quiet with minimal traffic and still so beautiful! We got an early start to ensure we didn't have to rush for our train which left at 1:30. We had been fed and were walking at 7:30. Breakfast was good. Egg free pancakes (delish!) and this Andean drink. It's called kiwicha. I've seen the powder at the store and at some restaurants but didn't know what it was. (I thought ...