Punta del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... past few days have definitely been the most tiring of our entire trip. From the hiking 7 hours a day, to the sore muscles, mosquito bites, sunburns, and blisters - we have all been through a lot. But conquering the Salkantay Trek and getting to see Machu Picchu makes it all worth it. Machu Picchu truly was a wonder, and I'm so happy that I got to experience it with this great group of people.
In the end, there are no words that can truly describe the journey of the past ...
... in 40 languages and "if you don't like it, it's free" in around 9, including now Afrikaans thanks to Lauren. Our afternoon was spent relaxing in the hammock but unfortunately the clouds came over and it cooled off a little, so the pool was no longer an option. Before dinner we headed to the beach closer to our place to see the sun set. The clouds were still hanging around so it wasn't amazing, but it was pretty cool watching the pelicans flying low over the waves looking for ...
... itself is pretty chilled. Not much to do, so you relax on the beach in the day and party at Loki and on the beach in the evening. So, the next few days were about just doing that! It was lovely catching up with the various people I've met since I started travelling, as well as meeting new fun people. In Cusco, I started feeling sad about not seeing my close travel friends again, especially my girlies; Tiff, Mon and Claire, so ...
... sunset and then headed back to the hostel for a few drinks and dinner. Definitely worth the trip there for the sand boarding and buggying. The next day we just enjoyed the sun by the small pool before deciding to climb the dune to take in sunset. Against previous advice we went straight up, rather than taking the less steep diagonal path, and it was very, very tough. On a par with Mount Doom in New Zealand if not as long. After several breaks to catch our breath from ...
Di nuovo in fila a un'altra frontiera: mezzora d'attesa nel bel mezzo della notte, altri due timbri sul passaporto e arrivederci Perù. Cosa ricorderemo di questo Paese? Tante cose, anche se a dire il vero dopo il picco di emozioni di Machu Picchu è andato tutto un po' in discesa, com'è naturale che sia. Forse il viaggio al contrario sarebbe stato più emozionante, ma è sempre difficile lasciare il meglio alla fine; come una lauta cena, di solito ci si abbuffa ...