Hotel Awki's Dream
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... third, which we did not go in to, was the bathroom.
The family did have electricity, which the government has brought up the valley. They had a small top-opening freezer and a television and radio, which they were very proud of. They had one mattress on a platform and explained that everyone slept on it. From what we could tell, there were at least 5 or 6 people in this family sharing this one mattress.
In the kitchen building, there were guinea ...
... I had been very sick, recovered again, begun my Spanish classes, lived with a local family for two weeks, met some great people and visited some traditional and historic sites across the Sacred Valley. I was just about ready to start my three week yoga teacher training course, but I have to say I was pretty apprehensive because of my recent illness and the fact I had not practised yoga in earnest for some time. However, a new challenge awaited me and it was time to see what that was going to ...
... not really sure if they actually enjoyed it too much, there wasn't that much meat on it. It became that time of the trip to bid these two goodbye, while there is a chance we will see them in the Amazon, there is also a chance we won't. So we bid them farewell and wished them all the best before we made our seperate ways. On the way bak to our Hotel, Bruno wanted to do some more shopping at the markets. It was good as I was able to get ...
... get it as they went with someone who had more one on one guidance experience and who also had taught in a private school before. Oh well, guess I'll be returning back to the arctic in the fall. We had our pre departure meeting but I only stayed to grab the itinerary as I wanted to go to the cultural show. When I got there I got into the long queue with everyone else. They opened the doors just past 18:30 and everyone filed in trying to grab the best seats. The venue holds about ...
... had to climb up about 10 metres through a small passage back to the surface. From there we set back off on horseback up and down through the countryside admiring the scenery. Every now and then my horse felt the need to be rather noisy. Another stop where we walked along a path which was a part of the Inca Trail from Cusco. We arrived at a small waterfall and had an afternoon snack the guide brought for us. Started our journey ...