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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... and said thank yous. I will forever cherish this experience. These boys are amazing and I wish I could love them all forever. They made me realize how many people I love and how many people love and care for me. I'm blessed and I am so lucky to have the family and friends I have. I wouldn't trade the last 10 days for anything. Each day was a new adventure and a blessing. We walked back to Maximo and got our tshirt and certificate. Then we said ...
... was even faster - I named him Usain Bolt. It was cool to experience an entire movie in Spanish and still respond to jokes and lines the same way as the Peruvian next to you.
Today, Danielle and I went to explore the Chocolate Museum in Cusco. We knew this was going to end in eating Peruvian chocolate, but we at least learned all the daunting steps in how the chocolate is made. We split a ginormous bowl of fresh fruit and chocolate fondue. OHHHHHHH. I'm ...
... it was raining so less likely for a jaguar to be on the beach. Although we saw capybaras, the largest rodent in South America there was no jaguar. We checked out at the check point, had to have our rubbish weighed as they don't let you leave anything in the national park so they check to see if the rubbish you are bringing back is a likely amount for the number of days and amount of people. We then got back on our boat to head down to our last lodge on the trip, Manu ...
... a huge lunch consisting of a small salad, quinoa and potato soup, and a main course of corn on the cob, potato, and aplhaca. This home stay reminds me of Nepal as the rooms are similar as are the stoves in which they cook. After lunch, we met everyone in the town square and were given a guided tour of the local temple and copas. A boy named Omar, who is twelve and wants to be a tour guide, came with us and gave us a bunch of information that our other local tour ...