La Casa del Suizo
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This place was awesome. The grounds were absolutely beautiful, so many trees and flowers. There were personal huts all over the property with thatched roofs. Most of the rooms had an open ended porch with a huge hammock. The meals were wonderful! The pool was large, cool, clean and very inviting. Can not beat the ambiance at this lovely resort!
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We both awoke with headaches and feeling wierd. Kind-of nauseated, but just not right. I spoke with the Doctor on site and he explained it was altitude sickness. The high altitude lowers your blood oxygen level and makes us feel strange. Best cure is to get down from this 13,000 ft. elevation and maybe some cocao tea - so we did both.
Awoke to sunshine and clear blue skies. Slept well despite no air conditioning in the Amazon! Each cottage has a ceiling fan in the sleeping area. We thought it would not be adequate, but it was. Had a nice breakfast outside then ventured out for an adventure!
Took the canoes down River several miles for a walk in the amazon rainforest. Very …
... cream with us; still illegal perhaps? And instead of a mix of chocolate and vanilla, it was vanilla and 'tropical fruit' I believe, with chocolate drizzled over. Was a nice treat.
It was yet another surprise when Ricky and Paola came back to the apartment with us, but not entirely unwelcome. Suleman seems to be especially taken with Paola.
Suleman, I believe, is Sandra's husband. Regardless, he is Muslim ...
... walked down avienda amazonas. We got to the hotel, and it was the same excuse despite us saying that's ridiculous as there was no issues with the card. We have a quick argument with them about how ridiculous it was that they cancelled our booking and rebooked it without contacting us first, but walked away. Without a hotel sorted for tomorrow night and for our first anniversary, we grabbed a bus back to the hostel to sort something out. We book a ...
We were served dinner by a silent woman, wearing a skirt and rubber gloves, seated all by ourselves in a vast dining room with chandeliers, stained glass windows, a huge wooden door, heavily carved with saints, that didn't open, and a harp. It was a set menu, so we didn't know what was coming until it arrived, slowly and wordlessly placed in front of each of us, one plate from the kitchen at a time. The boys' orange juice was garnished ...