Posada Del Inca Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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seit gestern nun sind wir in Bolivien. Hier noch ein paar "letzte" Eindrücke von Peru.
1. Inkatreppen, DER Gringokoller, haben wir zuhauf obsi und nidsi gemacht.
2.Guinea pig, DER Leckerbissen, vorher (2) und nachher (3), nichts für Vegetarier, sorry Beto, Heli und Irene.
4. Inka-Kola, DAS Nationalgetränk, wahnisnnig sü …
... back around 1830, and are so tired that we decide to shower straight away and just go and eat at our hostel. We ordered a hamburger and a pulled pork burger and knew how naughty these meals were so we definitely appreciated the "cheat meal" haha. Despite how tired we were, we thought we really should celebrate that we survived death road together with a drink. So we order two rum and cokes, and to our surprise got two free beers for ordering food, bonus. We ...
... tour the next day I headed straight back to the room and spent a lazy day in bed dozing. That night we met up with our new travel buddies for the next part of our tour and along with some of the older members, a group of us girls headed out to see 50 Shades of Grey...in English. I'm not sure whether I liked it or not. I guess I expected the worse and it wasn't too bad. I think what made the whole experience much more fun fore was siting next to a couple old ...
... on their amazon trip, walked for what seemed like ages across the city to find the worlds highest curry house apparently! Stopped on way at pharmacy and bought altitude sickness tablets. Was a bit of a disaster as they didn't have many things on the menu - no naan or poppadoms - wtf! But we had some nice sharing starters then I had chicken korma and it was nice, was stuffed! Had a couple of glasses of red wine too to try make me feel better. ...
... In fact between 1825 and 1982 Bolivia had 188 new political leaders and nearly all via, murder or force. Never by democracy.