Hotel Awki's Dream
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... After that, we continued on the way down, which was easier on the lungs but tougher on the legs since the path was slippery gravel. By this point some people were feeling ill from the altitude and one girl even had to ride the emergency horse. Everyone was pretty tired by the time we got to the lunch camp. Once again the meal was delicious. The veggie option was eggplant Parmesan (again, from a tent!!!) and was awesome. There were many other yummy options too. After lunch we set ...
... hiking in a stream for a little while. Rounding one hill found a 3 day trance rave going on in the bottom of the valley for which the valley itself formed a natural echo chamber. It wasn´t quite the tranquil scene we were hoping for but the thudding of the bass faded as we moved further on.
I found this hike so much easier than the one I did two weeks previously. Goes to show how the extra time acclimatising to the altitude really does help.
... We plunge our tired and sore bodies for a good hour or so before dinner. When everybody's nearly asleep at the table. Thankfully tomorrow is a leisurely day making the trip to Aguas Calientes. So not much walking is involved, thank God. My feet feel mangled... Day 75: We wake up late (7am) and enjoy another massive breakfast, complete with a Thank You cake from our crew. So nice! We profusely thank our crew members before they depart back home and we continue on ...
... Sara. We had a buffet lunch and then walked to our hotel.
While in Cusco City we were staying at the Libertador Palacio del Inka Hotel. We learned that this hotel used to be an Incan structure that was later used by a wealthy family in Cusco before being turned into a hotel. It is only a short walk to the main square.
We had the afternoon to explore the city on our own. We went ...
... river guide said we could jump in and hold the side of the boat, Jeremy was up and off the side of the boat in moments but trouble brewed when the guide saw he wasn’t holding the side of the boat whilst in the mildly flowing river, panic then ensued whilst they tried to drag a laughing Jezza back into the raft and away from imminent danger!
Rafting came to an end and we arrived back at our hostel which was shrouded in the darkness of a village power cut but by ...