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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a corner and a spectacular snow capped mountain came into view. I’ll find out the name. What struck me most about it other than its size, dark blue color and snow capped top third was the cloud of ‘spume’ I think it is called. If you have seen pictures of Everest where the howling wind blows a wave of snow to the lee this is what I saw. Well it is the Andes, I thought to myself.
Glad to be here,
February 15th, ...
... late. The spices section was amazing. So many colours and different things. There were also some ladies selling the colourful eggs! And the different foods that were being cooked and sold! So much to see. From the market we went to another volcano lake viewpoint and then to a town known for its leather products. We had lunch there which was delicious. We toured the Main Streets of the town where all the leather products were. Everything was beautiful. ...
... records on recent eruptions. Its crater is located towards the western side. At its western flanks it joins extensive moor areas, lagoons and cloud forest.
... the way back to the bus Sam got a little frustrated with one of the poor who had been following him around all day and poking him for money, it was quite annoying. Alejandro had mentioned its best not to give them money including people walking around with disabilities because there is normally a business man behind them collecting the money and making a nice profit. The government also warns not to give money. Returning back ...
... comprising lentils, quinoa, rice, tree tomatoes and huge slabs of 'homegrown' pork and their chucks, spiced with herbs grown in the back yard, as well as hand pressed juice from fruit which had fallen from the surrounding trees.
Wherever we went, we were offered warm handshakes, homemade treats, locally grown coffee and on one occasion Marcelo insisted on us downing 3 shots of sugar cane liquor (my personal favourite!) Before we left for the 12pm bus back ...