Hotel & Spa Golf Los Incas
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... and they have forgotten the sacred knowledge of their bodies, their senses, or their dreams. They don't use the knowledge the spirit has put into every one of them; they are not even aware of this, and so they stumble along blindly on the road to nowhere - a paved highway which they themselves bulldoze and make smooth so that they can get faster to the big empty hole which they'll find at the end, waiting to swallow them up. It's a quick comfortable superhighway, but ...
Tonight we went to a party with the Gonzalez cousins - Pilar, Lourdes, Charro, Angelica, Richard, Joaquin, Jose, their mother Tia Carmen, and various ...
... I arrived to discover that they had bumped me to a later flight. Was beginning to wonder if I would make it to Cusco before it was time to go home.
So, sorry folks, no interesting anecdotes or stunning photographs yet but here is a picture of the rooftop pool. I promise my Machu Picchu photos will be better (crossing fingers).
... card. ATMs in some small towns only take one or the other.
- Get shots: Yellow Fever, Tetanus, Typhoid, all the Hepatitis
- Malaria medicine is needed for the Amazon Jungle of Peru and Brazil and deep jungles of Central America. It's not needed where tourists go regularly.
- Altitude medicine is needed on your first trip to high altitude areas where you do not yet know your body's reaction. If ok reaction on first trip, later ...
... and afternoon to explore them comparing prices breaking for lunch at a little local cafe where they served cerviche and catfish served with calamari. It was delicious and 3 quid. I'd missed Peruvian cafes - the two or three simple courses of varying quality with a refresco included and the dishes that were named differently everywhere you went and none of these names giving any clue what was in dish (ie ocupa de arequipa). All of this ...