Los Alamos Cusco Apart Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we headed for a beautiful hot-spring at Santa Teresa. We had a night playing ******** (punishable with Inka tequila) by a bonfire at the campsite. Day 4 started with a 2 hour zip-lining trip across a valley, my nerve held out pretty well until the last line. For the last 'zip' the guides turned our harnesses around so that we could 'superman' across the valley. Not having anything underneath me or anything to hold on to (except Paddy's now bruised ...
... our leisurely walk back (leisurely if you don't count the "no grazios" every 2 metres to the street hawkers) we called in at the regional museum. The houses usually have figurines on the roof that combine their two different faiths - two Bulls from the Incan faith, and a cross from the Christian faith. One of the villages we passed through yesterday had no crosses, only bulls. Granny Smith apples are very common (like ...
... new places, learning the idiosyncrasies to them that aren't in books or photographs.
Apart from the joy of experiencing this new city (and new food and drink), I have also met some great new people. The best!
I am off to meet the host family I will be staying with for my Spanish lessons in a couple of hours, so I will let some photos and captions provide you beautiful readers with some more of the highlights of my time so far.
Be well, Bec ...
... First, the archetypal sequence that governed the perinatal phenomena from womb through birth canal to birth was experienced above all as a powerful dialectic--moving from an initial state of undifferentiated unity to a problematic state of constriction, conflict, and contradiction, with an accompanying sense of separation, duality, and alienation; and finally moving through a stage of complete annihilation to an unexpected redemptive liberation that ...
... which is the town at the foot of Machu Picchu. That evening was our friend Oli's 34th birthday so we all had a couple of drinks to celebrate before a relatively early night in preparation for the early start the next day.
Day four started with an extremely early morning (4am) as we had to be at the gates of Machu Picchu for 5am ready for the hours hike up to the top and to see Machu Picchu in all its glory. This was one of the highlights of our travels so ...