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Clean, free breakfast. Slow internet, but hot water all day.
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It felt like we had hardly slept a wink when the alarm went at 4:15am. Breakfast was already being served on the top floor of the building. It probably had awesome views during the day but it was still dark outside. For a few minutes a glowing full moon popped out from behind the clouds lighting up the sky and siloueting the steep sided mountains …
We had new some new neighbours downstairs, maybe Danish and maybe jet-lagged, but regardless these 2 women were awake and talking loudly from 5:30am. Not even the television could drown out their voices so Maria resorted to putting her head under the pillows and duvet while David got up and started his day by reading the latest on Scottish …
We started the day with some chores - hard life, eh. We needed to sort out laundry before the Inka Jungle Tour starting tomorrow and we wanted to sort out bus tickets back to Puno and then on to Bolivia.
It was too difficult to buy the bus tickets online so we walked the 45 minutes through the city to the bus station. There were a few …
Mallqui Hostel is run more like a hotel, in the traditional sense, than a backpackers. Just to reinforce this, the breakfast was awesome. Instead of the usual buffet, fresh orange juice, fresh fruit/yogurt/cereal, egg and bread rolls were all served at the table.
We had arranged to meet Andy and Carlee at San Cristobal church to walk up …
We packed our bags after breakfast and checked out Hatun Quilla. We weren't moving far, Hostel Mallqui was literally round the corner and it only took a few minutes to walk there.
We got Room 203, the one we went to see yesterday, so were were quite happy. We lazed around for a while in the hostel mulling over which company we should …