Machu Picchu Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... evening. It was maybe another 4km to camp uphill, so it took us nearly 2 hours. About 10 minutes from camp, a storm started, and everyone whipped out their brightly coloured ponchos to keep their clothes and backpacks dry. When we got to camp, the rain was really torrential and the thunder and lightning had started. We all quickly got into our tents and stayed there until dinner was ready. Dinner, like lunch and all of the other meals we had during the 4 days, was awesome (we even ...
... are the next things we see, and you can hardly miss the millions of seagulls, Peruvian boobies (the bird!) and Peruvian terns, which must be in migration as they fly overhead in one endless line. Something to get the heart pumping a bit more, we rent quad bikes back on the mainland and a guide in his car leads is into the mainland section of the national park, which is absolutely enormous, being the desert land running from northern Peru down to Chile. We're able to prat ...
... drive, we stopped at Barcelona, a place not far from our hotel that was open and had just what we were after. A nice chicken soup (dieta de pollo) and a piece of fried fish with salad did the trick. (We did stop off for a sneaky pisco sour at one of the bars before dinner, and yet again the cheesy music!) We are now ready to retire in readiness for our Cuzco trip tomorrow. A great day! We really enjoyed the Caballo de Paso and the Parade as part of Peru's Independence day ...
... underneath and some where you can stand between. This one was our favourite, as you stand in the middle of a fountain, and you have no idea when or where the water is going to shoot up from. We got a bit wet, but it was totally worth it. We saw a 20 minute fountain and light show, much like the one in Singapore. It was very impressive and after visiting all the fountains we got some food and headed back to dry off and pack our things for the very early morning we were about to embark ...
... drizzled avocado. So there was that. I wandered for a few more hours, camera in hand. Two things happened on the way back to the hostel. I saw some acrobatic boys doing endless one-handed back flips in the middle of the road whenever the traffic stopped at the junction of Av. Bolivia and Av. Paseo de la Republica. It was incredibly dangerous and looked exhausting. I felt worried for them and also sad that they were risking their necks in traffic for loose change and ...