La Posada del Monasterio
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... You can even climb some steps up to the roof for some great views over the city. After our visit, we enjoyed some dinner and a few more Pisco Sours before heading thoroughly worn out to bed... We can confirm... Pisco Sours are a great night cap!
The following morning, we enjoyed a much-needed lie-in and brekkie and headed out for lunch down our beloved alfresco alleyway, enjoyed a toastie overlooking one of the volcanoes. We then did the three-hour walking ...
... working! Anyway, we made the best of a bad situation and got some beers and got to know the rest of our group a bit better. It was an early night for all of us as the temperature plummeted and we were all tired from the day of hiking. The following morning we were up early, and back on the trail. The days hike would not be as long or strenuous as the other two days, so we were up at a more humane hour and set off after breakfast. After about 3 hours of ...
... begleiten. Der Guide hieß Chavier und war froh, dass er nur mich hatte zum betreuen. Er hatte an diesem Tag schon drei Touren mit den Schulkindern gemacht und musste mal ein wenig verschnaufen. Wir liefen Kreuz und quer durch die Ausgrabungsstätte da es Chavier nicht so eilig hatte wieder eine Schulklasse betreuen zu müssen. Liebe Leser damit ihr nich googeln müsst was Caral ist gib es hier eine kleine Erklärung dazu: Die Pyramidenstadt Caral ...
... In our hostel in Santiago, I bumped into my first familiar face of the trip, in former Ruthin youth team mate & Ruthin school adversary, Tom Jenkins. For those of you who don't know Tom but are familiar with the schools naming policy for international students, Tom Jenkins was not the name forced on an Asian student upon arrival in Wales so that locals didn't have to struggle with pronunciation. We arrived in San Pedro de Atacama following a 30 hour journey ...
... our guide had told us there were demonstrations in the city against the expansion of the government owned copper mine and that this might cause some delay in getting to our hotel. This turned out to be a slight underestimation. Within 10km of the city centre all traffic ground to a halt with rocks and burning tyres blocking the road. Our driver tried to by pass this by going down a dirt track but this was again block and we ended up on the front line of the blockade. It was a ...