Hotel El Tumi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bus for a short ride and then it was time to disembark and start the trek, from Cebollapampa at 3,900 masl. The bus all set off at their own pace, and I soon had a position in the middle of the group, walking on my own for the first hour which was perfectly fine for me - the hike isn't easy mainly due to aclimitising to the altitude. Crossing fields and then starting up inot the mountains, the self guided tour is pretty easy to follow (one or two parts the path seems ...
... and asked us to wait a second while he checked if there was any rooms readily available. Lucky for us, there was and we could check in to a room straightaway and do the paperwork later in the morning. No sooner were we in the room, we were fast asleep. After a couple of hours sleep, we ate the breakfast pack from the bus and tested the shower - great pressure and nice, hot water.
We went up to the hotel's roof terrace to have a look at the ...
... no and just gave him 5 he told us not to call him again. My Spanish is getting better because I told him to **** off more or less and not to stop for us! Still no place to stay we took our luggage into the cafe and Vicki and Lauren went off to look at some places around there, while Chris and I checked again on the internet. Long story short we eventually found a couple of rooms at the Caroline lodgings across town. The rooms were huge and the showers were warm, plus we could check ...
... so the girls had a bit of a sleep in and the two of us went for breakfast and were surprised to be served a large pancake. As we were finishing breakfast the tour operator for the hostel approached us to see if we wanted to do the Santa Cruz trek, and after promising that it never dropped below 3 degrees, the guide spoke English and the gear was the best in Peru and the group would be no more than 12, we decided to book. Thankfully we only paid 290 soles each (around $150 for ...
... could hardly say no, we could just start really early the next day! So, where was this "hostel?", he turned toward a shed, signalling for us to follow. We gazed at one another before shadowing the owner into the stone building. Basic is an understatement. It was a bed in a shed, a single bed at that. It was pure hilarity, there were piles of corn, old toys... Check out the pictures. It wasn't long until one of the little girls sniffed us out and wouldn't leave ...