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... it comes to buffets. Half the European tour group didn't have enough money with them and they leave to find cheaper food while the rest of us grab plates and commence the feast. So much Peruvian food there and it was all so delicious. We had a 45 minute time slot which is never enough for a buffet, so I moved quick and ate fast. Cam was trying his best to keep up plate wise with me, but it was a fairly lopsided result in the food eating contest. 5 plates of food and 2 plates of ...
... complain but, when we realized almost all the clothing was dirty, we brought it back to the front desk to ask them to wash it again. They seemed as surprised by the stains as well so I at least felt a little vindicated. But, so much for packing!
After this disappointing diversion, we took some zinc (I had been having a persistent throat
irritation and cough since Sunday - luckily Halls are readily available in Peru) and I promptly passed out.
... buildings with the "hallways" if you will, being outside. It's def different than home, but it's cozy and clean! They provide breakfast and dinner, but they just set the table and don't eat with us. The house is quite nice. Our room is nice with 2 twin beds and a big closet. It feels weird to be able to get settled in a place and not have to pack up and move on in 4-5 days. There are 4 other people staying here who are also volunteering right now. The ...
... bar having a drink and we had just mentioned Rick and Lotties name (Rick and Lottie were the couple from the Netherlands on the trek) when they both walked into the bar. A big coincidence but great seeing them again. All four from the trek had a bus to catch at 10pm so after an hour of drinking and catching up we said our goodbyes and headed back to the hostel but first we stopped at KFC for something cheap off the menu after the others had recommended it to us whilst we were catching ...
... the first 1.5hours Stopped at different ruins throughout the day Passed rainforests, dry lands Saw baby and mother llamas Had a beautiful buffet lunch atop the mountain and above the clouds. The chef also baked another amazing cake for us.. Simply amazing crew and treatment from g adventures Made a final push to another ruins near campsite which were terraces overlooking Machu Picchu mountain and Urubamba river Dinner and thank you ceremony with our crew of cooks, guides ...