Loreto Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... terracotta-tiled buildings running right up to the mountain edges, packed into the valley... We also spotted the main square with its two reddy-brown-bricked churches... It's just one mass of terracotta. Although the guide herself hadn't been amazing, we still gave her a decent tip, especially for bringing us to this bar, which we would never have otherwise discovered... We even came back the following evening for some food and drinks, and to enjoy the ...
... Feeling re-energised we explored further, coming across a tiny back-street cafe called "Let's go bananas" where some cool-as local musicians were jamming. I'm sure they were as curious about us as we were about them. We re-traced our steps to our "favourite" bar later in the evening, this time to try their a la carte menu rather than the tapas we'd tried previously. As often happens, our first memorable experience wasn't repeated and we ended the night somewhat ...
... taking a break, then, at the worse part of the climb, resting every 30 steps, out of breath.
The pass is snow-covered so I can easily trace Hernand, and measure that his stride is twice longer than mine! Not only that, I'm sure he walks faster than I do and does not stop. So by my calculation, Hernand is climbing the pass 3 times faster than I am..
We make it to the top and quickly start descending on the other side, for another 2 hours to our local ...
It's been a few days since I've put finger to screen to write this blog. Things have been afoot. We arrived into Cusco on Saturday. Coming from Lima, Cusco was a very welcome relief. A pretty little city with lovely squares and architecture, including some impressive Incan-era walls where huge granite blocks are carved and interlocked without need for mortar - really impressive stone-masonry. But back to the tale... After ...
... She is the sweetest girl and very willing to help others and say positive things about her peers. She tiptoed up as far as her toes would allow, cupped her hands over her mouth, and whispered into my ear, "I liked the crÍpes. I don't like them." At the end of each shift, each worker has to report in a log what they did/taught/helped with. I normally log things like working with specific students, on a specific subject, and monitoring the materials desk. I look in it after ...