Hotel Casablanca Cusco
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... special needs. It's funny because Debbie is also working with kids with special needs and their experiences are much different. It's funny how different placements are from one location to the next. So we're working to build a play school slash kindergarten. The school itself is already built but we're building a bathroom, a kitchen and a community Center upstairs. The play school is in the poorest section of cusco and it's much different than the plaza and the area were staying ...
... are upstairs in his private quarters. At the silver shop there are two toilets behind paper thin walls right next to the sales counter. So you can look while you are waiting. They also serve you coca tea, which is brewed from the same plant that cocaine comes from. It us supposed to be harmless (although a stimulant) and good for altitude sickness. I always take a cup. The silver shop has lots of assistants so that they can cover everyone and ...
... br> some I have picked one of them for lunch.
decided picked a snack is Muesil - seasonal fruit, yogurt, granola and honey
starter - soft pumpkin cream with fried cheese and a basil and carrot chiffonade.
main course - grilled trout in a red pepper sauce with potatoes tart (thank to lady picked for me. That's her favourite food. Best I've been eaten in the South Ameirca)
dessert - Andean cheesecake on a strawberry sauce.
this service includes a glass ...
Working our way through the Sacred Valley towards Machu Picchu led us to the valley town of Pisac. Still struggling with the altitude, the owner of our guesthouse gave us a drink of coca & muña leaves in boiling water to ward off altitude sickness and to settle the stomach. The coca leaf is one ingredient (of the very many) used in the manufacture of cocaine & can trigger a positive drug test. Obviously we are not interested in any of ...
... the walking sticks we originally turned down until our guide insisted as crutches to climb each step one by one, so no need to illustrate, just feel free to browse what pain looks like. Then after 2 hours of going down jagged rock...turns out harder and feeling my knees swell to tennis balls as watching the A-Team basically jog in the distance to the camp site, I relished in the fact that even if I died that night...I did day 2, so when somehow our guide cook made me ...