Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a well signposted trail which mainly hugged the mountain. There were quite steep steps in places and instead of 1.5 hours like the book said, it took us 3 hours going up to 3,700 metres and coming down very slowly. We were rather thankful we had ...
... the washroom for its proper purpose eight other ladies who slept through the lesson on eating in moderation had followed suit to join her. As I smiled from a far, trying not to fall, I learned a thing or three about how the effects of one persons actions can un intentionally give permission for others to loosen their shoe strings, ladies who may have been to insecure to shake their extra weight alone were led by example. I tried to pull the chute with this being a thought to walk ...
... delicious vegetarian food prepared for every meal and we practised yoga for four hours a day, interspersed with yoga philosophy and lessons on related topics. I found the first few days incredibly difficult on my body, with everything aching like crazy! However, gradually this waned and I felt my body gaining more and more strength, which was great news following my recent nasty illness. I found that much of what I learnt both complemented and furthered my previous experiences in ...
... feeling more comfortable daily. The taxi dropped us off at the main office and we met up with our trip advisor. Her name is Yobe and she went to college in the U.S. So she spoke great English. Yobe took us on the public bus today so we could visit the girls orphanage. The girls orphanage was hosting a fun day for the boys orphanage we have been helping at. When we arrived, the boys were happy to see us. The girls were not so sure of who we were. I quickly found two ...
... Rincons are having an early dinner so we will be venture into town on our own tonight. Juan suggested we visit the Pisco Museum for the best Pisco Sours in town. He was not wrong...we had probably the best Pisco sours of our trip, accompanied by Tequenos of Aji de Gallina. Delicious! We think the secret of a good Pisco Sour is shaken rather than mixed in a blender.... After a couple of Piscos we moved to a restaurant down the road. A steak house, Uchu. We enjoyed ...