Hotel Cusco Plaza III
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... together. After we ate we decided to sleep. Oh yeah, and the thing that made the uphill part bearable was 2 miles into the hike my mom asked if we had music to listen to me. That saved me. After we woke up we started on the 5 kilometers downhill part. Rocks, mountains, plants, wheat, flowers, waterfalls, and inca sacrifice areas, were some of the things that we encountered. It was so relaxing with the water and the steams. The views and the ...
... with us, but we bought some of their handicrafts anyway.
There was no bathroom on the island. But I didn’t see a kitchen either, just a couple of pots piled up. Or maybe that was the bathroom? Not sure.
We loved the family that we stayed with on Amantani, which is a normal, not floating island.
They took great care of us; the food (re: potatoes) was delicious and our beds were piled high with layers ...
... now, and the light at this elevation is reminiscent of the Rocky Mountains, although it has a more transcendent quality that is reflected back to us in the stones that compose this sacred city which was known to the Incas as the navel of the world.
However as we step off the plane, surrounded by the stunning Andes Mountains at 11,200 feet in Cusco, the thin air hits us hard. Karen finds ...
... to a shelter when it began to rain. Can't say I ever thought my first sighting of my husband playing football would be in the Amazon rainforest. Unfortunately the rain didn't let up after the game so we went back to the lodge to seek out sightings of hummingbirds and bats. At dinner time we got a lovely surprise. It turned out one of the chefs had missed out on the football game to make a table decoration beautifully carved out of vegetables and fruit and had baked us a ...
... names this way. There are hundreds of books, though: textbooks and so many free-reading books. If a child wanted a book they would literally point and then I had to go down the line while they shouted "derecha!" "izquierda" and other indiscernible exclamations because they didn't know the titles of the books and I wasn't used to where certain books were. Once everyone had the materials they needed I started floating around and asking students ...