Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Suecia
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- Continental Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
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A later start was greatly appreciated by the group however we were reminded that on the track our starts were going to be 5am. Altitude sickness had struck one of our group and our two nurses, Steph and Connie, opened their drug purses and delivered the necessary drugs that had them back on their feet by the afternoon. The group is greatly appreciating the advantage of having such experienced nurses on their tour and of course, their supply of drugs. We visited a pre inca and ...
... to her! After lunch we headed to the 12 angles and finally found mom a cross! And we finally found the ring I have been searching for the whole trip! It is an inca cross with a deep blue Peruvian stone in it. We finally headed back to home and showered and then just chilled! It was so nice being able to lay down after a couple of long days! And especially because tomorrow we go ATVing!!!! I'm so excited! Today was awesome! I feel very ...
... that our schedule today is purposefully light to allow time to acclimate to the altitude. After arrival, our group had lunch at a nearby restaurant, then we spent several hours in the afternoon walking around town, with visits to the Inca Temple of the Sun and the historic town square. Our evening meal was again with our group, this time in the hotel restaurant.
Because of Corpus Christi, businesses and schools have been closed yesterday and today. That means more time for exploring and hiking! This morning Danielle and I hiked up to see Cristo Blanco - "White Jesus". It reminds me of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janiero looking over the whole city (which I also want to see). We walked behind the chapel in Plaza de Armas and took some narrow side streets to get to the steep-ass stairs. I'll call them SAS, because they played a ...
... of travellers on a daily basis. Arriving at our gate, we discovered that our flight had been cancelled. No need to worry: there are more flights leaving for Cusco then there are subways running during Toronto rush hour. By the time we made it to the desk they had already booked us on a flight leaving 20 minutes later.
Cups of steaming coca tea were waiting for us upon arrival at our hotel. I had 4 cups but they didn't ...