Posada Del Inca Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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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 …
... listed above. The road (as most things in Bolivia) has a bloody history. It was built to bring produce from the low lands to the highlands by 10,000 Paraguay POW who all perished over the course of construction. It has also been the sight of several political murders; most notably back in 1950 at the peak of the democratic revolution, the person in power felt he was about to lose, so logically the best answer was to kidnape his opponents (5 people in total) and ...
... that were far too obnoxious for my legs (and head) first thing in the morning. I continued to trek the hill up to a clearing, which opened the narrow side roads out into a gloriously green pedestrianized square. Pigeons gathered around benches where people perched throwing crumbs, eating ice creams and getting their shoes shined. In the center of the square was a large statue of... someone. I didn't have enough time to find out. I had one thing on my mind - The ...
... s more dirty and also there are less children in school. This year they passed a law allowing children over the age of 10yrs to work legally. It's really sad and in fact in uyuni we were served by a 11/12yr old boy who was taking the orders, bringing the food and gave us the bill. Obviously people and campaigners are up in arms but it's not so easy and black or white as that. Outrage can be a luxury if you have enough money to fill your belly and that ...
... part was on a paved road, to get used to the bikes. I could even enjoy the view a little bit.
They told us a simple rules to follow, for example to stay on the right hand side UNLESS you're overtaking. Well, one Irish guy probably didn't understand that, he was on the left hand side all the time and it was too dangerous for me to overtake. When I told him, that he please should stay on the right, so people could pass him, he just said an arrogant ...