Del Prado Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... symptoms of altitude sickness for the first couple of days. We combated the headaches and light-headed wooziness with rest, paracetamol and coca leaf tea. Climbing from the town square to the San Blas area where our guesthouse is situated left us gasping in the thin air, although this improved as our bodies began to produce more red blood cells.
Cusco is the archaeological centre of the Americas and a significant historical ...
... sold by locals from cakes to toffee apples to popcorn and lollipops. We notice the toffee apples and I'm straight on it for 1 sole. As was Leesh with the popcorn guy for a bag of popcorn (bought 2) for 1 sole. There were even guys selling/renting stools to sit on. An hour or so goes past and nothing has happened except we people watched some more and laughed at all the different sellers with anything they can offload for a few soles. We notice the ...
... 12:45pm and sat down to lunch. It was soup for starter then Alpaca, rice and chips. Dave stayed away from the alpaca out of precaution for unsetting his stomach and Jessie did the same just incase it brought anything on whilst were on the trek. In the evening Roy our guide (Roy is his English name apparantly) took the group out to try some different fruits that grow in the area. Jessie quite enjoyed her cactus fruit. This evening for ...
... We were only able to see four or five of them at a distance. The van dropped us off at 9.30am at the end canyon town, Cabanaconde, where we started our four hour descent down into the canyon. There wasn't a lot of shade on the mountain so it was scorching hot and we had to take it slow down the switchback tracks as it was extremely loose rocks and dirt. We crossed a bridge over the canyon river at the bottom and had a quick dip to refresh ourselves for an hours climb up the ...
... but actually, there are far many more Peruvians and South American tourists than gringos, which is actually nice. I visited the Inca sites in Pisac. On one of the tours, I met this little 5-year-old boy named Marcello and his mom (whose name I forget, sorry!). He cracked me up the whole tour, anytime we got separated he would ask where I was (like he had an absolute ...