Casa Cartagena Boutique Hotel & Spa
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... home, I am fearful of the impending sadness when I leave next weekend. Living here has been incredible thus far, and I can't wait to share more of the experiences with you all back home, but in the mean time, I'm going to put my computer away and cherish these somewhat temporary friendships while I have them.
(Or, as the kids pronounce it: "Cat-ee")
ps- sorry for any typos!! I didn't have time to do a full editing on this one!
I joined five girls from Chile to go on a 2 hour horse ride around the surrounding countryside of Cusco. It was a bit strange as our guide did not accompany us to the sights, he just told us to dismount and mealy pointed in their directions. We wandered round some caves in a big rock and visited what we were told was the moon temple..... All together, a very odd ...
... the new cards makes it through as we are sick of paying extra to withdraw from the credit card. The rest of the day was spent walking around our area of town, San Blas, and then we made our way towards the plaza de Armas. Along the way we ran into Lee and Leane who we met in Mendoza, Argentina so that was funny. We also found a puma fountain that so guys had told us about. Apparently down a little alley way near the fountain is a guy selling healthy bread, but he only ...
... is a 30 minute bus ride away. Sam, Chris and Marissa head back to the cafe to get more alcohol, Matt climbs the additional peak within Machu Picchu, not quite sure where the Norwegians go, and Liam and I sit down and take in the entire thing. Eventually, I head back-out and agree to meet Liam in the cafe. I meet up with Sam, Chris and Marissa and Liam gets out and we head on the bus for Aguas Calientes, picking up our bags along the way. A ...
... lucky to have happened upon it.
As if we hadn't had enough if climbing for the day we then slog up hill to the Inka Ruins. I'm not sure what ruined the Inkas, but for me it was the altitude and acute hill!
We stop on the way down for me to nosh into corn on the cob- sweet enough but with a kind of gummy texture that wouldn't be accepted that well in oz.
Since Graham didn't get stuck into the corn he was looking for lunch and a well patronized hole in the ...