Posada Del Inca Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- 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 …
... was OK. He had just ridden into the back of her after all. She was fine, Harry felt a pillock, but no harm was done.
Furthermore, the lesson had been learned. Don't follow too close. Because an incident like that on the death part of the road might have been more serious. We started the death part after a brief snack. And it's easy to see why 150 motorists a year died on it while it was open to traffice. 36 cyclists have died ...
... safety briefing and then we were off on the first downhill section, which was 21km of tarmac road. Wow what fun it was speeding down the tarmac road overtaking trucks and other tour groups. Alejandro took some great photos and videos of both us and the scenery. Then we arrived at the end of the downhill tarmac section and we paid our Bs25 (£2.50) to use the death road. We got back into the support bus and were driven 8km uphill, no cycling uphill for ...
... done - I didn’t mind so much but I am usually the mule (i.e. carry the pack) when we go hiking but I had no space for her this time. Our guides spent the afternoon completing a few ski runs down near our starting point for the next day. Prior to bed a rather heavy snowfall started...
Our third and final day started at the fresh time of 1am, with the snow fall continuing and causing some concern but we all got going. Fresh snow isn’t particularly easy ...
Dear Family and Friends,
The group is officially known as the O.B. Banditz, named after the Orange Bracelets we all made in beautiful Estes Park, CO.
The two and a half days in Estes, at the YMCA of the Rockies, were full of meetings about health and safety, and getting to know everyone in the group. It has been a lot of sitting in a conference room listening to Brad speak, but the information we received was very helpful ...