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It is a waterfall higher than 700m in the middle of the jungle.
It was a hard walk under the rain as it took 1h30 to go and 2h30 to come back. I did a better time but most of the people come back on a horse. The guide told me that most of the people from Peru, specially people from Lima are not fit enough for that walk, we ...
... between AD 900 and 1100... [and are] one of the most significant and impressive pre-Colombian ruins in South America. The weather was dicey to start with but detoriated quickly. A downside of being so high up in the clouds. Not really bad, but certinly inconvenient. Our tour was about 16 people but only three of us were English speaking. Gringos are thin on the ground this far into the sticks, and the sit gets very few visitors, there was only ...
Knowing that I would be arriving into the remote highland Peruvian town of Chachapoyas at 5:30am, I took the liberty to make reservations at a nice hotel in town. This, by the way, marking the first time I'd made reservations on our entire trip. But seeing as how a single blond girl walking aimlessly around a little town at the break of dawn may attract the wrong kind of attention, I figured now was a good time to start. So I read several online reviews and decided on Hotel Revash. ...