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... Before we got there our guide told us why we hadn't been able to go to the second oxbow lake. The national park is separated into three areas, one is the area tourists go, the second is for researchers and the third is where native tribes still live. No one is allowed into the third area, researchers have tried as they suspect there are unknown species there but the government bans it to try and prevent contact and the spread of diseases to the tribes. However tribes ...
... a 200 year old mansion turned into a hostel, and included a restaurant and bar. We stayed in a 10 bed dorm, but it was quite big and didn't feel crowded. We headed out to a vegan restaurant recommended by both Gwen and trip advisor. Due to only getting a couple hours sleep the night before, I left halfway through lunch and crashed out. David got back around 6.30 and we headed out for a stroll and dinner. In cusco, set menus are a big thing, you can get a drink, choice ...
... very unusual I know). The baby alpaca wool is not actually baby alpaca, it is the first shearing of the alpaca and therefore the softest and finest. They shear it again and then a third time to make more common garments, but then they use it for meat. We then returned to town where we went to a cafe for empanadas for lunch before going on to the San Pedro market. It is mostly a food market, and I thought it would not be ...
... better! All the muscles sore gone.
13. Glanced the Bungee jumping travel agent, curious to come in and request how much for the cost for bungee jumping. That price is S/.196 (76.50CAD) ouch...and have Paraglading price is 44.80CAD. At that time, I was not certain should I pay for the activity fun? Think twice there is long way to go in the next days. Better off for now.
It was been heck long day visited today. Returned to my room to get some rest.
... the airport. The walk was not simple. In fact I truly believe it may have been harder than the trek I had done just a couple weeks back.
If you didn't mind paying the fee, you could enter into the assigned pathway that took you through the main gates. I didn't give in and when I was told that I was unable to pass without a ticket, I simply asked the next person how I could see Christo Blanco without having to pay. Apparently it is a totally free of ...