El Viejo Molino
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... poisoning), and enjoy some coffee. We head back up to the room and unfortunately get into an argument, in which we of course end up resolving it after a while. We came to the conclusion that we have been very exhausted and on the go that it's been challenging being in each other's pockets 24/7, with little space. I think we have done well so far, and this was our first serious emotional outing at one another (which we probably needed). We kiss and make up and end up leaving ...
... calling our names for the tour. We jump up and head on outside towards our bus and get taken to No Fear tour office to try helmets on for sizes. We are then quickly ushered into the van with two Israeli guys and we are off. The two other travellers introduce themselves and of course, are on the topic of travel, how long for, where we have been and how much longer. They were really nice guys, however we were so tired and just wanted to get a good sleep in before ...
... ready to go book our Death Road tour and tackle the hike to Mirador Killi Killi lookout point. It's raining, so it's even more cold and miserable, so we wait for the rain to subside before heading out. It doesn't take long before it does however it's now 1100hrs, so we're off out the doors. We head straight to No Fear tour office, book Death Road and then decide to tackle the hike to the lookout point. On the way there, Aaron spots a sign saying "Gimnasio", so of course we head in ...
... valley of the moon and sort out some prices for the salt lakes in Uyuni. We head off, in many many layers and our rain jackets in search of the "tourist section" of town near the main Plaza. As we are walking we come across Plaza Murillo, take a snap shot and as we do, we run into a guy who was on our bus last night. We stop ourselves in the street, have a quick chat and he says he's a little lost, so we lead him to the plaza and exchange travel ...
... thongs on and we weren't allowed to grab clothes from our bags underneath. We board our boat and head off out onto the massive Lake Titicaca and head towards the Uros Floating Islands for a quick tour. It's a very slow drive along the lake and takes about half hour or so to get to the first island, San Miguel. Along the trip we see various fisherman and men out in boats and plenty of reeds sticking out of the water which is obviously what the islands were made out of. We ...