Casa de Campo Hotel
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... by and the bus pulls up, we load our bags and grab seats for the overnight trip to Puno. The air con doesn't seem to have been switched on and it's a hot box waking us up after an hour or so, so Leesh heads down and gets our guide, Walter, to switch it on. That's better, we can breath again. We crash out and try get some shut eye before our 0530 arrival into Puno. Best moment: having a nice relaxing day, sleeping in, cooking good ...
... tv which has a few english channels. We crash out just after midnight as we have another day of nothing tomorrow before we catch our bus to Puno at 2130. Best moment: 1) going to Pantastico bakery... Amazing!! 2) skyping our families for Easter Worst moment: saying goodbye to Frazer Banana moment: jumping on the tourist city bus hoping for a great afternoon, to realise it's all in spanish.. We had forgotten to opt for the english city bus times.. ...
I went on an ATV tour/ride which was alot of fun. We rode on back roads and regular roads. The Andes are just gorgeous. Went by farm land, all potatoes! The guide told us there are about 4,500 different variety of potatoes grown here. No wonder they are served with every meal. I am not so fond of the food so far and am so homesick for the comforts of familiar food (pizza, cheese, Jane's ...
... waiting for dinner. We sat with Jessie (another girl from our group who was from New Zealand) and two girls from South Africa who we kept bumping into along the way. After dinner we all got a few drinks in and watched as Roy our guide got more and more drunk. He had told us that tomorrow we need to make sure were up at 5am and ready to walk as breakfast was at the top and we all knew he ...
... té conduits, assez violemment et dangereusement sur un sentier étroit jusqu'à la station hydroélectrique. De là, nous avons marché avec Marco le long de la ligne de chemin de fer. La randonnée de deux heures et demie nous a permis d'apprendre à connaître Marco. Il vit actuellement à Dublin et il voyage seulement pour un mois à travers le Chili, la Bolivie et le Pérou (tout un défi). Nous avons ...