Posada Del Inca Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
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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 …
... us. We should of never cheated on our beloved pizzeria. The next day was our final one. We had a bus to catch at 10 o'clock at night, but the time before that was ours. We checked out in the morning and made most of the day. We knew that La Paz had cable cars around the city, normally as means of transport for local people. They were 3 cable car systems dotted around the city, each a different colour to represent the Bolivian flag. We decided to go to the closest one, which was the ...
... The whole group had a buffet in a hotel a few miles from the finishing line. We had a good laugh over lunch with all the girls and this English lad called Joe. We'd heard there might have been a bit of a pool party but instead we were treated to a French lad in speedos doing lengths in a pool full of green water. The journey back to the wild rover was 3 hours and was made more difficult by the drivers playlist. Ne-Yo, Chris Brown and Usher played on repeat for the whole trip. The ...
... was also not too thick with snow. We then had to make a turn and the path got thinner and there were huge steep slopes off the path. Some parts got really steep and some parts were really snowy. Seppo's crampon came off so we stopped for a few minutes to try and fix it. We then went on and had a little break with the rest of the group. I was already getting really tired and out of breath. It was so hard to keep your mind positive. I just felt puffed and my legs were wobbly and I ...
... conditions of the road ahead.
It was then on to the real part of the 'Death Road' that is closed off to cars (however some still use it). This section is all on grave and very narrow with steep drop off. This is where the real fun began and Mr Jay Wilson let loose. Even the other guys in the group commented that they thought they were going fast and then Jay went zooming past them.
Every so often we would stop for a break and there was a chance ...