El Patio de Monterrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and - yes its Coca Cola, sad really.
Next morning - up at about 0415 so we could get a 0500 bus to Huaraz, An interesting trip, including a flat tyre! That was dutifully changed on the side of the road and we still arrived in Huaraz at the scheduled time of 0730. One has to adjust to totally different transit times in Peru, the road from Chiquian to Huaraz is only about 80-90 k, and for the most part is a very good and easy drive, after ...
We arrived at Huaraz, 3200m elevation, at 0730 and the bus backed into its terminal where a large gate closed the bus inside. When we departed it was obvious why, as taxi drivers accosted passengers once they stepped into the street! Our guide, Anamin, for the Corderilla Huayhuash walk, met us at the terminal. She had a sign with my name on it, a lovely suprise. Anamin showed us to our hotel advising us of streets to avoid at night. On arrival ...
... with another crazy Peruvian bus driver who must have been a rally driver in a previous life. Flying through the mountains and silly speeds while slamming on the breaks as he got to each turn, it made for an unpleasant ride. We finally arrived in Huaraz about 5.30am, we took a taxi to our hostel (Huaraz Alpes) who let us in and put us in a messy, dirty 8 bed dorm with 5 Israeli boys. We got a few hours sleep then ask to be moved to a new dorm in which we got moved to ...
... for the trek. On the walk back, we heard some drum and flute music, which I had been hearing outside the hostel all week but hadn't yet had a chance to check out. We decided to walk up to see what was going on and were surprised to find about 20 kids (around the ages of 10-15 years old) dancing with cool little noisemaker bands strapped to their legs, which were made from jungle seeds. The dancing was good and really cool and ...
... dish. Another night we bought ingredients and cooked a meal with our new found friends for a cosy night in exchanging stories and discussing the cultures of our home countries. It's so interesting meeting travellers from all over the world. Our goodbye last night felt genuinely sad. We definitely hope to keep in touch!
Another couple of buses were required for our onward journey south to explore another part of Peru. But that’s all for ...