Hostal Don Agucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... through the Salkantay Pass (4600m and snowing at the top), but after that it was downhill for the next two days. Sadly the mist and rain meant no mountain views, but the hike up was good for the lungs. Day 3 was an easy undulating 22km along the river to Playa Laguna from where we took a mini van to our campsite at Santa Teresa. The hot springs here were a welcome respite from trekking and we enjoyed ...
What a few days!
We had a mammoth travel day from the Colca Cayon to Arequipa where we had a few hours wait for our night bus to Nasca. No rest for the wicked! The bus was lovely though and a little empty, so I managed to catch two seats and sleep well! Unfortunately, Alex and I both ate the chicken sandwich on the bus, which was enough to completely roger us for the next 48hours. ...
Luckily the night club was shut on the Sunday night and I got a good night's rest prior to the flight over the Nazca lines. The flight wasn't part of our Peru Hop itinerary so I had to get up for 7am and catch a public bus to Nazca. Claire wasn't interested in the flight so it was me with a guy and a girl from Aspen, Patrick & Katie who we got on with over the last few days.
We could see the small aircrafts as we arrived at the airport, purposely built to ...
... but the city isn’t that impressive, anyway. It was tougher to walk down the hill than it was to go up it, but we all made it down safely, and then headed back into town. I told Karin and Daniel how good my dinner at Mamashana was, so we all went and got dinner there. We all got the Aji de Gallina and it was a roaring success. I had recommended it so I was a little worried that someone might not like it, but that ...
... sitting on my lap. Bandits are not uncommon on the Panamericana Sur, and many foreigners have been robbed of their money and possessions along the road. Having thought we’d lost them, we soon noticed that they had pulled over to the side of the road until we passed, and then promptly fell into place behind us. It got a little hairy there for a while, but we eventually left them behind at a tollbooth.
With a little bit of luck and a lot of Ben’s driving skills, we ...