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Woke up early again!!
Jayne suffering from altitude sickness and very out of breath. Recovered once she had a bit of breakfast. Dave suffering the effects of something he ate last night.
Fiona,Jayne and myself went for a walk to the alpaca farm just below the hotel.
Really got up close to them. The babies were really cute. One of them …
Monday 23rd September Cuzco to Puno
We departed the hotel in Cuzco at 7.30am and headed south east. It took quite a while to get out of the city of Cuzco, then the road followed the Vilcabama River valley through villages, many of which had their own food specialty, for example bread, chicharron (deep fried pork), and roast guinea pig. Our first stop was ...
... shopping bags brimming with fruit and pisco (I was told that there was an unreliable supply of both of these necessities in Llachón, so we dutifully stocked up before leaving "civilization"). After hemming and hawing at the fact that this decision had already been made for us by the combi gods, we decided to go back into town to catch a movie and get an early start the next day.
Now please don't judge me, but ...
... 8211; he’s a very handy player, and he has a fitness for exercise at altitude that us gringos definitely don’t have yet!) Then we retire to the local shop/café for hot chocolate.
Soon enough, our mamas for the night come to collect us – or in our case our papa, Natalio. Our house isn’t far away and we drop our bags in and meet our mama, Blanca. We notice straight away they’re quite old – it’s hard to ...
... was touristy and depressing. The most touristy stop was awful with disillusioned looking people trying to sell cheap souvenirs. One lady selling jewellery had a cute 2 year old daughter. I pointed and asked if this was her baby. She just looked at me and I could almost hear her think "just buy the bracelet"
When we got to Amantani, a group of host Mamas were waiting for us. Our group was divided up and taken by our host Mama to her house. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Just arrived in the dark but it looks great with the lights over lake titicaca .
Rooms very comfortable with lake views
Will update again tomorrow
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