El Sauce Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of our tour noted lol). The table was adorned with local fruits and vegetables, not to mention Guinea pig, which we have yet to taste. Quite a few children surrounded the table as well, and we were told to look closely at their faces. All I could notice were rosy red cheeks - gold star for me. Apparently we too will have healthy Peruvian complexions soon, with the sun and fresh air. Hmmmmm, too late. I already have rosy red cheeks, no matter how hard I try to hide them.... ...
... sites in Peru - in no particular order: Machu Picchu Uros Islands and Lake Titicaca Colca Canyon and the condors Terraced farming in two great valleys Llamas, alpacas, sheep, and vicuñas Larco Museum in Lima Old convent in Arequipa Cusco and its Incan history Beautifully woven and colorful textiles High volcanic peaks of Andes Mountains Lots of travels, but going home is always ...
... Franciscan Church. Now this building from the outset is impressive, but inside even more so. We had to wait 20 odd minutes for a tour which costs 10 soles but it's definitely worth the $ and the wait. The church was established in the 16th century with a lot of the original artwork still present. Impressive is the library where there are around 25,000 books dating back hundreds of years. It was definitely the precursor for the magnificence ...
... with tuna sashimi on avocado and soy sauce, me with sea urchin ceviche and we weren't disappointed. At this point we were also well into our first Pisco sour with a cacao leaf twist. Mains were both lightly seared tuna with different accompaniments but both delish, then enter another Pisco sour and some dessert, two cups of tea, some in depth conversation and we were done. We certainly lived it up this afternoon. I might add our waiter was wonderful, the food was his recommendation ...
... clay and were licking it to get various vitamins and nutrients. Odd but interesting! From the Ranger's cabin it was a fair bit of walking, but it really felt like we were in the jungle proper and avoiding the numerous trails of bullet ants, we got to the top and managed to see lots of wildlife along the way. Monkeys, parrots, birds, I couldn't tell you what species but it was all really impressive. At the top of the hike, we stopped for a small lunch of pineapple and cheese ...