Hotel Awki's Dream
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... stretches. After watching others do the jump who were ahead of us, I elected to jump first out of Julien and I as Ellie wasn't doing it. I got suited up into my harness and they tied my feet to the bungee and before I knew it, I was ascending in a small cage up to 122 metres. Once at the top I looked down at the ground after being briefed by my little Peruvian friend and noticed exactly how high I was. It was a mixture of raw adrenalin and ...
... on it and Leesh fills up and we make our way back to the hostel by 0715 ready for our departure. We jump in the back of a truck just like Guatemala, and are transported down to the first point of our hike. Elvis gives us a quick overview and we are off. It's a solid incline and the sun is slightly out with the humidity steaming. It's hot and the continual incline is killing me. I strip down to my running shorts, lather the DEET on and we kick off again. Every now and again ...
... reading time for an hour with the boys and then just play or do whatever for the rest of their 2 hours. The reading was pretty good. I sat with Christian and he read me a book and we did some puzzles. Some of the other boys made more paper hats and pulled out the water color paints and we're painting them. Again, a huge mess! I kept saying "tu chicos es sucio!" (You boys are messy!) they would look at me, grin wildly and burst out laughing. Either at my spanish or because they ...
... full, so we headed to the Milhouse hostel to watch a film in their very decent cinema room. We settled on Sherlock Holmes 2, but had to give up after about an hour as it started to jump. Instead we headed to the bar to try and get back on it, whilst playing cards. Eventually Sam, Matt and myself peeled away to head back to Wild Rover and some actual atmosphere, but it felt like too much of an effort so after a beer I called it a night around half 12. Merry ...
... the Peruvian landscape which changes gradually with altitude. We stopped at a makeshift road side cafe for some desperately needed drink and took in the impressive views, before descending to around 2,700 metres where cacti and palm trees stood in front of snow capped peaks. Rather than pushing on to Limatambo - which would involve another climb, but this time in sweltering afternoon heat - we've booked into a hotel in Curahuasi. We've been a bit soft and got another ...