Hotel El Lago Estelar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... We shared the veg prep then cooked in a couple of groups, with Chris cooking his very own veggie version. We started with a salad called soltero andino, a bit like a tomato salsa with cooked broad beans, giant corn kernels and cheese dressed with lime juice, and were encouraged to garnish with flair.
This was followed by rocoto ...
... Coke in South America and instead I have to get my fix from either Coca-Cola Zero or good old 'fat Coke'. They're OK, but to me they're a bit like a nicotine patch for a smoker. It just doesn't quite hit the spot. Anyway, a few swigs of fat Coke later and we arrived at our lodging for the night, a stone shelter in a hamlet with a population of 47. I ended up in a five-bed shelter with two of the couples. The loved-up couple from earlier inevitably hopped ...
... cheese ice cream. We had been told by Kerrie and Vicky that we had to try it and they were not wrong. It doesn't taste at all like cheese and actually doesn't have any cheese inside. It is made of cream, coconut and vanilla and has cinnamon on top. The name is because it's made in the same barrels as the cheese. We carried on walking to the Plaza de Armas and found a lot of companies selling the Colca Canyon tours so we got a few prices. We then made our way to the ...
... backpacker and followed the Code of the Pirates. I had fallen behind so she continued on and was out with our friends checking out the town. She was a good little sis, though, and came back to check on me. Then she came back again with juice, hot chocolate, and a granola bar (I kept being told eating fiber would help). By this time (oh 4 hours later!) I could sit up for a bit and eat; however, eating that little bit and changing for bed wiped me out and I ...
... Cabanaconde where we had a well deserved breakfast. Children with Alpaca's on a lead and a small square with a church, it was beautiful. Jumping aboard the mini bus we gave our legs a well deserved rest. We arrived at the Colca valley with views of Mismi Mountain which was the start of the Amazon river. Next stop Maca village where we gave into tourist traditions and had our picture with a llama and a large bird on Liz's head. The streets were lined with market stalls selling a range ...