Hostal Pakcha Real
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... Took a while as i couldnt remember my log in or password. After speakin absolute ***** to him for a while i done the same with mum dad and abbie which was good. Yet another flyer i had picked up from the front desk was one for an indian restaraunte called Korma Sutra which advertised tandoori grilled Guinea pig. Im gaggin for an indian and also want to try Guinea pig so thats where im headed for dinner! A canadian called Sarah who i had just ...
First stop in Peru were the floating islands in Puno. The indigenous Oros fled the area some 600 years ago in fear of the marauding Incas, settling on their boats before eventually establishing floating islands based on lake reed roots and the dried reeds themselves. Standing on the islands themselves is somewhat unsettling, but the people are friendly and live a humble lifestyle that incorporates solar and wind energy, and educate their young with a strong environmental focus. Sadly with ...
... main square. Most Sunday mornings there is a parade, today was the turn of local kindergartens celebrating their anniversaries; groups of school children were dressed in uniforms some were the school uniforms others were little drummer boys, fairies or their favourite animals; all were escorted by teachers, smartly dressed in blue and grey and of course the ladies wore high heeled shoes, other escorts stilt walkers and ...
long way to make it seem it was further away. The hotel which we had booked as
pre tour accommodation through G adventures was a lot more upmarket than a lot
of places we had stayed at and yet not that much dearer. After our usual morning
siesta after overnight bus trip we walked up the main avenue to the centre of
town. We just wandered around checking out the beautiful very old buildings and
the Inca stone foundations that had been used for many of the churches.
... because we mainly wanted to see how to get to Saqsayhuamán, the ruins on top of the city, from where Juanita the frozen girl allegedly lived. The walking tour looped around the city mainly talking about different drugs and churches, it was getting boring but we weren't far off Saqsayhuamán. We ended up leaving the tour at the top of the hill in front of a small church, Saqsayhuamán was just a short walk up the rest of the hill. So off we went and climbed ...