Best Western Los Andes De America
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... and biscuits. Surprisingly, and much to our relief, it only took us two and half hours to make it up the 1km to the top. This gave us time to have a well deserved breakfast and coffee in town whilst we waited for the tour group we were sharing a van with, to make it up. On the drive back to Arequipa we stopped at some thermal baths for an hour where we soaked our aching calf muscles. We also made photo stops at the highest point in the region (and the highest point we have been ...
... die'. A strange response I thought and I didn't think too much of it at the time.
That night we checked out some fireworks by the main square and I waited 45 minutes for the worst dinner I had in Peru, some weird lasagne and a tiny portion at that. The food in Peru is generally quite nice. The service in Peruvian restaurants is mostly fairly poor and this just wasn't edible. Luckily there was a McDonald's near by so I grabbed a delicious big mac meal which was ready ...
... a good idea because we ended up walking so much at Machu Picchu, that I would have been exhausted if we climbed to Machu Picchu as well.
It worked out really well. We got the third bus up to the top and we were in line with the first group of people to enter Machu Picchu when it opened at 6am. Wilbert met us while we were in line (and he was still in his fancy shoes from the night before, and we never found out what he was ...
... in the mountains, but excellent nonetheless. Jo had a delicious, fresh, mint lemonade and Chris had an equally good lemongrass ice tea, followed by some very really good noodle soup, and then sushi of course. In the evening we prepped for trek no. 3 by heading to Kokopelli (a nearby hostel with a great bar) and reunited with our friends from Peru Hop. It was great to catch up with them and get some tips for Machu ...
... of around 15°C between the top and the bottom and this may have been used by the Inca to study the effects of climate on crops - an Inca agricultural experiment station - and evidence of pollen from imported plants supports this theory.
We then visited the Salineras of Maras. We started at the top, and walked down through the salt pans on narrow paths. Since pre-Inca times, salt ...