Hotel Laguna Seca
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... utilise depuis les temps Inca. La source est à 71 degrés, on opte pour utiliser une « poza » qui était une petite piscine privée ou on pouvait régler la température de l’eau à notre gout en ajoutant ou pas de l’eau froide. Ce fut très relaxant, et heureusement car des tôt le lendemain matin on sera dans un bus pendant 12h de route pas goudronnée en direction a Tingo, ...
... I visited the room he was held in but it was poorly preserved and a bit of a rip off!
Afterwards I walked up a hill which overlooks Cajamarca and was where The Inca king would address his subjects. There is a massive cross on the slope of the hill just below and there are great views of the main square. The whole of the city is in a bowl of the Andes so the views were fantastic. There were nice gardens on the hill as well and so lots of people were having picnics.
... no, no, I've already bought you two your tickets' (for the imperial baths, obviously the best ones). We were both surprised and touched as to her generosity to two total strangers. Another example of South Americans' kindness.
It turned out when we got into the complex that we were number 332 and number 180 had just gone in. So we went to explore the outdoor hot springs. Some pools were as hot as 70C, that a hell of a lot of Fahrenheit for the ...
... where the cows were everyone was
sitting down in a line expecting to see cows. A cowboy came in all clad
in the official gear with a whip and proceeded to call out each cow by
name. One by one they passed by everyone on their way to their chosen
milking bay. Although not altogether obedient it was very amusing.
I had a group of people come up to me and start chatting away about where
I was ...
... we had quite a bit of walking to get back to Santo's house. We took a different route back, right up over a steep hill and James and I struggled a bit taking a lot of rests. The hike back was pretty long and difficult and we discussed whether it would be possible for the volunteers to do the hike, luckily there is an easier way to get to the communities by hiking from another small town. We got back just as it was getting dark. We were pretty tired so rested ...