La Joya Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... Saturday I started to feel a little more stable. Sunday was the first time I was able to get out and go and buy some food and water. I think I shall survive, but not been the best few days of my life especially as I am here alone. I insisted Sonja finish the trek as she had been planning it for so long.
A couple of observations whilst out walking on Sunday, about every second person is Policia or Securitar and they all wear more bling than ...
... also gave us options for two tours which we booked there and then. We were shattered but stopped off to buy a couple beers and really cheap naartjies (mandarins) before heading back to the hotel. Once there we settled down and had a beer and discussed options for dinner. Neither if us were too keen to head out again but we had not had a proper meal for the day. We headed back out to see if we could have a 'menu del dia' very cheap here in Peru. However, whilst looking at all ...
... see so many things in such a short space of time. My ears were buzzing and popping with the altitude and I felt as though I had been on a flight. I sat down on a hard seat and sent a message to my tour guide, Renata, saying I'd arrived. She showed up a few minutes later to meet me; a small, compact lady in a green coat, she had a bright face and sincere smile and was one of those people whose hearts are so overflowing with goodwill, she almost seemed to glow in the dark. She dropped me ...
... and some climbing shoes. Crossing a small stream revealed a prime location for some Bouldering Practice. Four or Five large rocks which were just asking to be scrambled over. After enjoying many of the routes it became clear how out of practice I had become at rock climbing, a lot of finger strength had been lost, but while resting we were able to watch some locals blitz their way across a lot of routes for a little bit of a warm down. We ...
... for an hour at the same restaurant as on the way up, so some people could eat dinner. It made no sense to me though because they ate dinner at 4:30pm, when we could have driven straight back and gotten to Huaraz at 5:30pm and had dinner at a proper time. Ah well, some things here just don’t make sense.
We got back to Huaraz at around 6:30pm and I wanted to have dinner at this place called Chilli Heaven. I ...