Andean South Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hola and Feliz Aņo Nuevo! (Happy New Year)
Hope you all wore lots of yellow today to usher in the new year. We sure did, even as we climbed through the last day of the Inca Trail to see the majestic Machu Picchu.
Check out up our updated post - with photos - tomorrow for the full story. For now, it's time for a nice hot shower and a soft warm bed.
Tomorrow night - on to Copacabana
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... one place or another. Most of the time we were crowded beyond belief and could barely move, much less take a seat in the bus. Most of the others took a line called "Liebre" which was far more comfortable and less crowded than ours.
At some points, we did need to take taxis which were faster but often overcharged. A haggling game would often begin between you and the driver to attempt to lower the rate to what you thought reasonable. At one point, we were priced ...
Got up late and just made breakfast which closes half an hour earlier than we thought. Had a pleasant few hours wandering the tiny lanes of the city with lots of interesting little shops. Coffee on the way back. Finally found somewhere that makes excellent strong coffee! Dona Dony Cafe very near our hotel. More rest in the afternoon then went for dinner at a fairly smart restaurant called Chi Cha. The food was very good, the service ...
... on the train to Machu Picchu (which would cost us more than the 4 day trip that was being canceled).
We opted to take our money back and sort out our own trip to Machu Picchu instead. Our hostel was really good, we changed our booking and moved a booked day from next week to tomorrow night. We then bought our train tickets with Peru Rail so we will still be in Machu Picchu on Tuesday as planned. We don't want to mess up our onward travel into Bolivia.