El Viejo Molino
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... do feel close to the sky here. Huaraz has a purpose which is to provide refuge for those that trek and climb in the playground of the CR! With that in mind and a day to kill before our 4 day Santa Cruz trek started we rested up, got warm, did laundry, got supplies in for the trek and met with our tour guide for a debrief of the trek before an early night. Next morning we met our guide, Johannes and camp cook (can't spell his name but he was lovely older ...
... is a male bear named Aruma, and a female named Tipsa. Aruma has the largest enclosure for a single bear in the world.
He seemed to be pretty content and he was sitting at the gate waiting for me when we came in. I was given the tour by two volunteers, Hilda and Laura. They were very good and knew everything there was to know about these bears. These are bears that are native to the area and are called ...
... with the odd sand dune - incredible sight. Given what a treat the Awasi was going to be we had an additional night in a slightly more reasonable place first - the Palacio Andino was no basic hotel though, having only opened a few years ago by a ex Awasi employee we were later to realise he had modelled his hotel on the awasi- gorgeous rooms with huge bathrooms on the side, excellent service and delicious breakfast - chile was a world a way from bolivia ...
... which is now becoming rich through the tourism that the salt flats has been bringing to it for the past decade or so). The train wreck is now more of a children's play area than a tourist site but we had fun playing on the make shift swings and climbing aboard. Next was straight into the salt flats, one of the strangest experiences we've had so far....nothing but white salt as far as the eye can see, 360 degrees.. blinding, awesome and ...
... to be mostly fast food outlets. Knowing this we were keen to get out of the city. Hugh and I separated for a day to do different activities. Hugh cycled the popular Death Road (the worlds most dangerous road). Fortunately this referred to buses and cars which are now banned from this road and take the new road built instead. Hugh's group were all French and after some initial crazy rain the weather cleared and they were all able to enjoy the main descent. Meanwhile I went on ...