El Marques de San Isidro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... visit a notable tourist site, we were swarmed by locals selling knock-off goods, badly reproduced “Peruvian artifacts” and women dressed in traditional garb with llamas or lambs, trying to charge money to take a photo with them. It seemed all fun and games at first, but the more I thought about it the more I realized that these were the actions of desperate people. Clearly these individuals are in need, as they are making a mockery of ...
... the last time this time), Soph and I did not hesitate in getting back to our hostel and passing out.
It was time to leave Sydney and Australia the next morning (Saturday 29 August), which was a bit sad. Although I had run out of money in Australia, I did like the place and would have liked to have seen more – maybe one day. We had fun dashing for our Greyhound bus to the airport off the tube, getting lost outside the station and making it with 3 minutes ...
... complaints. Everyone was funny and hapoy who served us. The man who stamped our passports made jokes, and the customs guy let me keep my sunscreen! Loving it. Leaving on a good note, at the right time, very satisfied. Sitting on the plane now, my back is in so much pain. Muscle spasm and my seat won't go back. Need to sleep but defs going to watch the avengers. Thinking about so much right now. 10 days til I see ash, hoping that ryan is ok - I think it's getting harder ...
... mess. No one uses a blinker. Total Chaos. As the hotel didn't have a rooms available, we hung out in the lobby. Jeff fell asleep in the lobby first...followed by me, then Henry. The hotel suggested a tour of the Templo Del Sol and Pachacamac. LOTS of HUMAN SACRIFICE. It was a great tour, we saw parts of the city (we'll see the rest tomorrow) and the Templo del Sol was amazing and quite the hike. There will be pictures when ...
... minibus. Picking up a random Peruvian passenger along the way (the only person to be dropped off at their door) we arrived in Cusco three hours late and were unceremoniously deposited in one of the plazas near the centre of town - tired, somewhat bemused but happy to be safely "home" in the now familiar town. The long trudge up the hill to our guesthouse in San Blas happily ended with the friendly welcoming smiles of our lovely host Maria.