- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to the sun from that side. The energy up there was amazing. Surrounded by rocks and ancient temple ruins 5 "gringos" sat in silence at the cliff meditating into the oranges of the falling night. Walking back in silence afterwards, words didn't seem necessary anymore. While my mouth was silent a silence within settled in as well. And the next morning Meditation brought something new: clearness and new ideas. I guess it was true what they say: first comes noise, then silence and ...
... amazon red squirrel. This excursion was definitely the highlight of our rainforest trip so far.
As we had such an early start, we decided not to do an afternoon excursion, and relax in the lodge. I ended up sleeping the entire afternoon, waking up in time to do the Twilight River Cruise again.
The next day was our last in the rainforest. We decided to do the canopy walkway again, which proved to be slightly disappointing as ...
... a real mix of nationalities. I am not sure I remember too many names but I am sure we will sort that out over the next 14 days. We had a briefing including the rude awakening that we have to be on a bus by 7am tomorrow so no more lie ins. We all went out for dinner to sample some more delicious seafood. Home to pack and sort our what we need to take for the Eco lodge in the amazon rainforest tomorrow. The lodge does not have electricity so we my be off line for a couple of days. ...
... and replied that they would be checking the security footage, yet sent no one upstairs. The men then began shouted to us from the window, demanding that we open the door and saying other more inappropriate things. After calling the front desk twice more they finally sent a security man up who simply closed our window for us because they couldn't be easily closed. The men then went back to their room where they continued to make noises toward us for the remainder of ...
... important and semi-important building, but from what we saw of it, it was ten times more pleasant than we expected.
We spent the afternoon wandering through Miraflores and then, being pressed for time due to our flight to Cusco the next day, we caught a tourist bus in the evening to take us around the city centre dating back to the Spanish colonisation in the 1500s. It was a great ...