Hotel Laguna Seca
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... and this is about as far from the city as it can possibly get. Pedro has no help on the farm and he misses his farm very much. It was so sad to hear how badly he wants to be there but is just physically unable after his accident. Both West and I offered to help but due to a variety of reasons, mostly on Pedro's end, it isn't really possible. So, basically, when Pedro and Heladia are too old and sick, or one of them dies, they will have to leave Corongo altogether and live in ...
... the walk to the hot springs was wet), and no water all day made me feel like **** by the end. When we finally reached the top and headed into Corongo I was feeling pretty **** so we went straight to a restaurant to drink and eat. The food was absolutely disgusting. Probably the worst I've had in South America. It did nothing to help the way I was feeling but at least I was finally hydrated. I went back to Heladia and Pedro's house to take a ...
... road itself was impressive but it didn't come close to the grandeur of the scenery. We started out in the Andean style mountains, covered in green grass and rocky patches. As we descended into the valleys, the fauna quickly turned from green grasses and trees to giant cacti and aloes and other desert-type plants. Within an hour and a half, we were in straight-up desert land. But this was no ordinary desert. This was a desert with giant rock mountains and cliff sides with ancient ...
... truck bed. So cool! Fun, terrifying, exhilarating, and insane! When we got to the bottom, part of the road had collapsed so the friendly family that brought us down dropped us off and went back up the hill leaving us to walk the rest off the way. It had just gotten dark and when we came upon the hotel there were no lights on. Realizing we were in the middle of rural Peru with no one else around, West and I were sketched out by the option, so we walked a ways ...
... of my trip, and was all sort and rock in some areas. When we arrived in Cajabamba, we got off to talk to some locals for a bit (who clearly were not used to visitors) and then took a collectivo (small van) to the little mining city of Huamachuco. We had heard of some ruins out here and decided it would be cool to go camp out in them. It was already 6:00pm when we arrived and getting cold and dark quickly. We paid a taxi to take us up there and 5 minutes into the ride it started ...