Hotel Andes Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... necklaces, no wonder so many countries tried to conquer this corner of South America. For the indigenous people even copper was considered valuable and precious as they loved the green colour of the metal. It just goes to show how arbitrary value is that we put on things.
We ventured further into the old town and Bolivar plaza, you might remember from my Bolivia posts so every town has a ...
... serious road rage, or maybe a combination of both. Regardless, he did not stay in one lane, and kept slamming on the brakes as he went around hilly corners. I wanted out of Mr. Toadīs Wild Ride as soon as possible, and so before we had even reached the museum we got out at a street that we had determined was near enough to walk. It wasnīt the nicest neighborhood, but I had my giant with me so I felt protected. The museum was free, ...
... and veg. We made a lot of soup for lunch with the aim of warming us up! At lunch time many cafes do a lunch deal which includes soup, a main usually being meat, rice and veg, as well as a fresh juice and sometimes a dessert for the insanely cheap price of Ģ2!! We took advantage of this many a time! We also tried a few local dishes, such as Bandeja Paisa, basically a plate full of different type meats, avocado, fried egg, plantain and rice. We also enjoyed a nigh at ...
... doing each trip in the next two months, so I really need to get my ass in gear and get these things booked. I really don’t want to put it off too long and then miss out on something. It’s just really tough to plan for a point in the future when I have no idea how long I will want to spend in places on the way.
I walked up to Melissa’s office and met her and her mom. We met Luz ...
This is the point in our trip when things just didn't work out the way we intended. We arrived to the hot and humid city of Iquitos, the largest city in the world that is not accessible by road. From the airport we took a moto-taxi (imagine turning a dirt bike into a tricycle and putting a bench seat along the back axle) to our hotel. Since there is no outside access most of the vehicles on the roads are motorcycles, scooters, and ...