Hotel Kunturwassi Colca
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kunturwassi Colca Cabanaconde
Cute place- very quiet and romantic. Great jacuzzi bath tub!
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... where we stayed 2 nights. Was a very nice campground with many trees but was located next to a skeet shooting range. We had to sedate Luke as he is terrified of gunfire. Our first night in Secor we drove to Bloomington and attempted some ice skating at the Pepsi Ice Center. Elena did much better than Mia and Pappy. After all our effort, we stopped at "Carl's Famous Homeade Ice Cream", a well known local spot. It lived up to it's reputation. Yesterday morning ...
... so much flooding we were not able to get
out and hike. If only we could bottle all of this water and send it home to
California. We came back to do the mundane tasks of laundry, washing the truck,
and preparing to leave tomorrow. We are headed to Springfield, IL and to see
the Lincoln Library. We hope to travel along part of Route 66 on our way down.
The last few days have become a bit of a blur. Between a couple of back to back night buses, extreme exhaustion and potentially some kind of illness my memory probably isn't the greatest. We left Cusco on the 31st at 6pm to head for Nazca. It was our first night bus. It was 13.5 hours long. The road was windy and terrifying and to make the experience even better, we were seated on the second floor in the front. We didn't get much sleep. There are movies to watch and wifi on ...
... panoramic view from Colca Lodge…complete with a pineapple fruit drink. The madam who ran this place came over at the end of the bath with ‘bad’ news… the Jacuzzi wasn’t working and whatever I wanted instead I could have… to me Jacuzzis are no big deal, so I said perhaps just add time to the 1 hr. hot stone massage…to which she was most agreeable. So off I went into this private massage room and like I said, there is ...
Well, actually it was while we were anchoring but long story short, on day 3, yes, we grounded the boat on a mud bank while seeking an anchorage behind an island. It took nearly an hour and the help of two of our anchors, our engine, and some very kind people in their speed boat to haul ourselves into deeper water. Very exciting indeed. We'd currently placing the blame entirely upon our depth sounder which we discovered was improperly ...