Hotel Awki's Dream
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of antibiotics, all of which will be paid for by our insurance company. The doctor seemed to be covering all bases though, with anti-parasitic drugs to ensure it wasn't tick-related. Thank the Lord for google translate (although at one point the dr typed something in Spanish, which translated to '...killing you with crackers...') and Skype calls. Jack perked up a bit after his injection and was able to eat some soup for lunch (along with his first dose of pills). Fortunately ...
... in their early 20s, that we had met at our 'briefing' the night before bore testament to this as they arrived sweating to meet our guide at 8am, having set off at 4.30am. They had however been forced to wait for over an hour along the route for the site to be opened. Despite not being in possession of all the relevant information in advance, we were very glad we made the decision that we did. Just walking around the multi-level site at Machu Picchu requires ...
... as well as animal sacrifices to thank Pachamama and to ensure a good cropping season. The last Inti Raymi of the Inca empire was carried out in 1535, after which the Spanish and the Catholic priests banned it. However, in 1944, indigenous activists brought it back, and now each year the original celebrations are recreated by actors at Incan ruins around the Sacred Valley. It was amazing to be catapulted into this ancient city in the middle of the most important ...
... half I think I deserve another 2 month holiday. After a day and a half with our families it's sadly time to go. Walking along the lake trying to skim rocks. Mum picks up a good rock and hands it to me. I say, "na, you've got this mumma". She slowly bends her knees, winds her arm back and skims her rock. She smashes my two skims and Kais' one. Day 77- Because we had a 7 hr bus ride today and there were limited stops. Kais' brilliant idea for lunch was pasta in a thermos. He's on ...
... beautiful! Nights were also spectacular with the sky being so clear that you could see the Milky Way and more stars than we've ever seen before. Not being regular hikers, we slowly got use to using walking sticks but were so glad we were convinced to hire them before the trek, we don't know how we would have gotten through some of the steep sections without them. Given Chrissy isn't the most coordinated person, falling over was always a danger and we ...