Loreto Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cusco
Before I even begin to describe the wonder that is Peru, I need to give a major shout out to every one of you who helped me get here! Financially, this would not have been possible without the incredibly generous donations I received from so many of the people I love. Emotionally, this would not have been possible without all of YOU who support my goals and somewhat over the top ambitions to do this crazy stuff! I am so honored to be here, experiencing the world, and I ...
... it had many bars but of course we ended up at 'Huaca****ingchina' and as I was with two girls we each got a free pisco sour, a Peruvian drink consisting of a citrusy spirit and frothed egg white.
In the afternoon I went on a tour in a dune buggy to go sand boarding. Originally I wanted to get a snowboard with proper bindings but as I was trying on the boots I realised I was the only one doing so and gave up with that idea. I was in a 10 person buggy with ...
... A guinea pig is actually plucked basically like a chicken before eating! We also got to sample cactus fruits (which look like prickly pears) that tasted a lot like a sour version of kiwi, very yummy snack! This second location was called the Oasis, and was a lot better than our first stop. Everyone got their own hut or private room, ours was actually occupied when we first got there - by a sheep! The owners quickly shooed the sheep out and after a quick cleanup, we ...
Today we drove eight hours, travelling from 2,500m down to SEA LEVEL, 0m.a.s.l No more altitude sickness! Today marks 51 days since we were last at the ocean. We have travelled from one side of the continent, the Brazilian coastline on the Atlantic Ocean, to the other, the Peruvian Coastline on the Pacific Ocean. The moment we drove through the barren sandy mountains and spotted the coast reminded us so much of Namibia. Coastline on one side and sand dunes ...
... ltr" style="list-style-type: disc; font-size: 15px; font-family: Arial; background-color: transparent; vertical-align: baseline;">To top it off, the manager and the floor staff were just so good at their job, including reassuring me that their peruvian syrah was excellent (they weren’t wrong).
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility