La Casa de Barro Lodge & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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This morning we were transferred to Lima airport for a short flight to Cusco. We started noticing the change in altitude soon after arrival and I had a slight sinus headache so we rested for a couple of hours after arrival and then took a walk around the town and located the Fallen Angel restaurant where we had enjoyed several good meals on my previous visit. Unfortunately we could not take a look at any of the hotel rooms as the ...
... one of the ladies in our group barter for a scarf, I pretended it was me that wanted it...this backfired badly on me because Gail brought it at a price she liked in the bartering and the stall seller thought I still wanted one.. she hounded me everywhere I went so in the end I got it cheaper than Gail..but really who was the winner there? I didn't even want a scarf!
We traveled into the sacred valley of the Incas and visited an ...
... clothed. However, there's very little education, no communication goals for the children and not a lot of hygiene practices happening. So I was definitely glad to be wearing scrubs after feeding and changing the children and hand sanitizer is fabulous! Then we took the bus back for lunch and I have the afternoon off. Right now I'm relaxing in the courtyard and later I have plans to head out for dinner and try out a restaurant ...
I woke up this morning feeling slightly short of breath but otherwise well. Charles, one of the guys in our group was extremely ill last night and required oxygen, thankfully he was feeling a lot better this morning. Many of us had coca leaf tea with our breakfast to help us cope with the high altitude as recommended by the locals.
Our first stop today was a place called Ccaccaccollo where there is a community of weavers. We were told about the ...
- Had lunch at Morena- expensive very western style cafe with incredible food. Had the best chicken pasta. - wandered around town buying things for our Inca trek, very chilled. Sat in the main square in the sun - suddenly all the church bells and police alarms started going, couldn't understand what was going on, asked 2 locals- one ...