Ima Sumac Hostel
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... is terrible!!!
7. Coca leaves are disgusting to chew on and the tea isnt much better.
8. Inka cola tastes like bubble gum.
9. You dont need much Spanish to get by here as most people speak some English.
10. Entertaining people while they wait in traffic is a common thing, we saw break dancers, mime artists and musicans all looking for tips ater putting on a 20 sec show while the traffic lights were ...
... the group trying to get a top speed, sliding on the sand and getting air over humps and bumps. It was wicked. We went for a late swim in one of the two pools at the hotel which was freezing and then got ready for dinner with others from Peru Hop. (Again discounted). It was pizza. Yum. After dinner we all went to the kokopelli hostel to watch the Peru Chile football match, drink and play some intense table tennis with some locals. It was a great day!!
Weather cloudy but fine, temperature 20 to 5 degrees
2,900 metres above sea level
Today was a bit fresh to start with as we were out an about at 8am. We commenced with a walking tour around Ollyantaymbo in the Sacred Valley. We visited a local house where they had cats, ducks, ducklings and guinea ...
... terracing and water management
developed by the Incas, all still in perfectly working condition
... threatening action! Lining up on the half way mark I picked my spot on centre right of the field, leaving most others to fight for the preferred race line up the left side. I figured I wouldn't have to bunch up in the crowd and could make up some ground despite the rougher terrain in my path. The countdown completed, off we all went with a bang and my line seemed to work well as I managed to approach the off camber hillside exactly where I wanted and got a good straight attack ...