Loreto Boutique Hotel
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wander in the vibe small town of, it is more like earth-down and I do like it here.
Stop by the Blue Ilama resturant, had the pancakes with bananas and honey-pancake sauce and Chai tea. Fabulous food!
stayed there for three hours then back to the same mircobus. The guy driver asked me why not go to the Pisac Ruins? I decided not go to. Just want go back to Cusco.
Rest at my room for more than four hours before go ...
We thought today was going to be productive but it turned out the opposite! We planned to hike to some ruins called 'sascywoman' however after the long walk up there we didn't realise it was 70 soles to enter! Back down we climbed to the hostel and spent the afternoon napping in the cinema room- very snazzy let me tell you! We then had dinner in the hostel, Dave another chicken burger and jessie another chicken noodle soup. It wasn't until about an ...
... mother-earth; secondly, they were used as an agricultural research station. The salt ponds of Maras were extensive and provide some income to the local community.
Our bus lost 2nd gear in the middle of nowhere so after driving to the nearest village in 1st we spent a pleasant time wandering around real Peru – a place of no tourists – whilst waiting for a replacement bus. Many houses had carved stone doorways which ...
... boat. Gael assures me it was lovely.
The 10 hr train from Puno to Cusco environs gave Gaels bowels
a chance to exercise themselves, and the rattling of our teeth associated with
the fever we had developed, kept the other passengers awake.
Gael came good long enough the next day to do the world renown ruins
justice. I continued to study the hostel bedroom ceiling.
From the ruins at Machu Picchu a short Lama ride sees ...
... luck when the hotel manager said he had a surprise for us and that he had upgraded us to the Royal Suite! this is after hes shown us the hydro massage pool, pisco sourbar, restaurant and lounge area and gardens. Feeling excited he showed us to our room - jaws dropped as he showed us the gigantic room - giant bed, jacuzzi bath for 4 people, two more double beds upstairs, oour own private massage room and sauna!! haha, it was awesome - despite the tireness ...