Hotel Misters Inkas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... come to some sort of agreement and we could drive on. We drove on half an hour and then got off with all our things. They were loaded onto the mules and we started our trek. It was a mixture of uphill and flat. There were instantly great views of mountains and various flora and fauna. We are a group of 15 with 2 guides, there are a mix of nationalities. English, Irish, Canadian, Mexican, Brazilian, Argentinian and Dutch. Laura who I have been bumping into a lot on my trip turned out to ...
... challenge is to get Mr. G. back out of his stupid decision, without letting him lose face. While I have tried to suggest alternative solutions involving trying to get the right documents or officers from E or F, Maarten tests what will happen if we refuse to leave the cars. D is quite clear about it, the only way forward is to follow the procedures. But then Maarten introduces the thought that involving the Australian embassy into a procedure of confiscating Australian ...
... we were in only just made it through, a bus wouldn't have. We reached Ollantaytambo about 5.30ish and wandered back up to the little town for a light dinner and early night. While we were deciding which restaurant to try an almighty explosion occurred no one seemed worried, car alarms went off - turns out it was fireworks but the echo was huge in the quiet valley. We still aren't quite convinced it was fireworks as they happened throughout the night but apparently it ...
... a kind of Kosher-for-Passover cruise ship, with all the elaborate preparations of Pesach done for you by the tour group. Starting six months before Passover you can see these “let us make Passover for you!” ads featuring places in Phoenix, New York, Florida, Los Angeles and even in Italy in every Jewish newspaper in America or England,.
If you have ever made a house kosher for Passover, a huge, painful task, then you know how appealing it would be ...
... and helpful, walking us over to the correct desk and being sure we were put on the next flight. The next problem was letting the hotel know about the flight change. But - behold - Lima airport has free wi-fi and I was able to send the necessary emails. Next stop Cusco!
Since we were squeezed on the plane last minute, we had no window and could only feel the steep descent into Cusco (at one point a ...