Home Sweet Home-Mirador
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 2 descent climbs the 1st 100 meter climb the 2nd a 165 meter climb at about 15%. Lunch was at the 15 km. We rounded the corner to see 2 tents and a toilet tent. One tent was the kitchen and the other was our dining room. After lunch the track was quite undulating ending at the 19 km at campsite 6. Dinner was asparagus soup & trout for the normal people. Early bed tonight and sleep cam easy. Saying of the day; "Just as well Colin brought his Con(science) ...
... for me on this trip. While at my friend's house in Hong Kong, back in March, we skyped my mum and she asked my friend what it was like doing a 200 hour yoga teacher training course, because my friend had recently changed careers and my mum was interested. I listened to my friends answer and little did I know it, hearing that conversation planted a seed in my mind to really want to do a yoga course in the near future, following on from my yoga studies in India. You need three weeks ...
... of Texas ands he had been set on TCU for the longest time (just like me!) and all of her friends were going to ole miss, she got declined from TCU, but said it was a blessing. She ended going to BAMA, being in a sorority, and graduating with a major in communications! She said she absurdly loved it in Alabama! It was crazy! I Mean what are the chances our waiter in Peru just graduated from one of my top 3 colleges?! It was so ...
... above sea level and we were forewarned about altitude sickness. Lana has suffered no ill effects, but Bob has had a low-level headache most of the day, a typical high-altitude symptom. This is the first hotel we stayed in where one can get a tank of oxygen from the front desk to help alleviate the symptoms. So far, we have not indulged.
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... bowled into some traditional Peruvian dancing. I nearly loose continence when the Aussies have to whip each other, and even more so when Eddy had to dance as a condor! Haaaaaaaa! Aiming for cerveza but reaching only bed we crash. I have a particularly good nights sleep waking the wife up by cackling hysterically and claiming I'm in a cocoon. I'm not sure. I blame the weird dancing/altitude! Needless to say I am a barrel of laughs on the way back to Arequipa... More from there ...