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... What a delightful surprise - we hadn't realised that we had booked a 5* lodge when we booked this part of our trip 6 months ago! Now it made sense why it was so expensive! After backpacking for so long, we felt slightly out of place, but quickly became used to the luxury. It was wonderful!
Inkaterra had a variety of excursions to pick and choose as we wished. We planned our itinerary with our personal guide Paul, starting with ...
... had a drought which is badly effecting agriculture. Down very old crumbling narrow streets we reached our hotel Casa de Melgar it was formally the house of an arch bishop and was built in 18th century, amazing rooms tucked in little courtyards. A stroll through the streets late this afternoon finishing up at Plaza de Armas at ...
I took a picture of a man whom the guide said was a famous actor who now does documentaries. I ended up asking someone if they knew his name and was told he was Gonzalo Torres.
... coloured tiled walls at Parque L'Amor, I could see
the Pacific ocean in the distance and I could hear the roar of its
crashing waves. It gave me a panoramic view of where we are heading
next - to the middle of nowhere, Easter Island.
Paul 's contact :
(Paul) Decilos Pintado Garcia- Official Yellow Taxi
: 01- 4587876
... and there is the constant sound of honking horns, they honk at traffic in their way or to let pedestrians know they are coming and they had better look out. Amazingly we did not witness a single crash.
The morning after arriving to our accommodation Luke did his usual business in the toilet, leaving a surprise for me when it was my turn. The toilet was royally blocked. Later that week we were informed used toilet paper goes in ...