La Posada del Puente
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... We actually made very good time, only stopping a couple of times and reaching the top of the canyon by 9am. For once we made it in the time it said! From the Canyon lip it was about another half an hour/45mins to the town square in Cobanaconde. We found a hostel with a restaurant to have a second breakfast. We sat on the terrace and played double pack rummy. We ...
... typically doesn't play the preferred movies and we end up with watching Ted, despite others wanting to watch different movies, Stephanie just puts in whatever the girls near the front around her told her to. Love Mark Wahlberg, but definitely not his finest work. At least it killed some time. We very slowly made our way into the outskirts of Cusco by 1800 and we start packing our stuff up. We are being transported by taxi to our hostel thanks ...
... a new one called Flying Dog and it was much nicer in all manners. I have included pictures of it with this blog.
I loved walking around this city and discovering new courtyards and restaurants and small parks. But the highlight for me was by far Monasterio De Santa Catalina, which is actually a convent not a monastery. It’s described as ‘A city within a city’, and is just one of the most peaceful, beautiful places I have seen. You can do tours during ...
... went to a ice cream place for wifi. Using there wifi wasnt off to the greatest of starts as there was a power cut as we walked in and another when i went to pay. Least Sandy got to check her messages inbetween the power cuts. Came back to hostel and the street dog is still sittin at the door to get in. Why hasnt this thing been put down yet? Or at least the staff gotten rid of it. Absolutely shattered from being up at 5am the past couple ...
... the Chili River and again had great views of the volcanoes. The bridge used to divide the city and only certain people were allowed in downtown, common/indigenous people were not allowed across the bridge.
We walked back up from the river towards the town centre and entered through a small door to a big 'tumbo' which now houses 25 families. Tumbos used to be hostels ...