Emperador Plaza Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... though because everything is organized by category. So there were groups of bikes, and then strollers, then hand made custom suits, and then all shoes and boots and then art supplies and then candy and balloons and then big screen tvs and alcohol. Sadly no donkey noses. Lol. And even though this is a permanent market, running everyday, the entire market is only covered by tarps and plexiglass. Then lunch, and off to the orphanage. Today was a little easier than yesterday ...
... groups of palm trees with their feet in some brownish water. Lots of tropical forest still, some times open spaces where one could see the forest had been burnt to win the land. Cows chewing grass, looking like the Indian cows, but here they are much less skinny ;-) Special trees, standing alone, looking a little bit prehistoric.
Around 14hr, landscape changes, hills. Around 1530hr, we are in some kind of Austria landscape, mountains full of trees ...
... people, well I know I irritated people a lot with my cough. Day 2 - as promised we got woken up at 5am with a bashing on the tent and a 'coca tea' call. We were bought coca tea (the tea is basically hot water with coca leaves infused in it, which allegedly helps with altitude sickness, the leaves also form the basis of making cocaine apparently) and a bowl of hot water every morning to our tents to wake ourselves up, nice start to the day. We were given ...
Streets are packed, everywhere you look selling costumes, children in costume line the streets, buzz in the air, news of the Hostel Halloween Party @ Milhouse, costume picked, Bumble Bee it is, Bridie a Cheetah, we're so excited!, walking the streets - squished like a sardine, little Peruvian kids so cute in costume, face painting, Catarina, ...
... mountains, Salkantay Mountain, etc. It was absolutely spectacular. A simple glance into the green field and we saw our tents set up, facing this extraordinary view. We were absolutely exhausted from the climb but we were so ecstatic since Jose did not disappoint us. All eight of us agreed that this was the most magnificent camp site we have ever stayed at.