Hostal Residencial El Faro Inn
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To be back at sea level was a nice feeling as I finally could breathe to my full lung capacity, no longer felt winded and felt light as feather. It took most of the day to travel back to Lima from Puno so we only had a couple of hours of free time before it was time to meet for our final group dinner. As some in the group were not feeling well, Cesar gathered us in the lobby to give a bit of a closing commentary and said some really sweet words. Throughout the trip ...
... us when we pre-booked it with him, which was annoying as we could have got a cheaper one at the airport. We then went into our room to find our bedding was still wet from washing, which the staff tried to pass off as normal in Lima. ********. They reluctantly changed it.
After we’d settled in we headed out to get some supplies and then went to bed. My first impressions of Miraflores were cold and misty, and there are a lot of budget-looking ...
So it is my last two days in S. America. It will be bittersweet as I had such a great time, had a lot of epic adventures, met a lot of awesome people from all over, travelers & locals. I arrived in Lima early in the morning from the 9 hour bus ride from Trujillo. Lima is the biggest city in Peru, with over 2 million people, and is known for being dangerous as there ...
... knees had a real workout.
Day 4 - A 3.30am start and by 6am we were at the 'Sun Gate' with Machu Picchu spread below. Or thats what they told us. The early morning ...
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