- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 241;ata Amiga?" "Piñata amigo?" Before volunteering and after our spanish class were walking around trying to find a place for lunch and ended up seeing the boys out on a "field trip" with some other volunteers. The one little boy loves mike and recognized him right away and ran up "amigo!! Amigo!! Piñata?" So eventually when the colouring fizzed out we went outside to do another layer on the piñatas. It was freezing!! The rain stopped, but it was cloudy ...
... was 8 soles each for an entree main and drink! We didn't have too much of an idea what we were getting but that's half the fun and it was delicious! It was about $3 aud dollars! We are going on an inca jungle adventure tomorrow for four days we do zip lining, mountain biking and of course Machu Picchu! Can't wait to share those photos! For now we are very happy, very full on good food and here are a few snaps of our Cusco ...
... some pretty good views of the detail and effort put into building the place. We thankfully made it back in time for the 3:45 bus, in order to get our 4 hour train ride back to Cuzco. Notes: 90% of profits from Machu Picchu goes to Lima 8% goes to Cuzco 2% goes to Machu Picchu 70% of the buildings in Machu Picchu are original The doors on residential buildings in Machu Picchu face East, while the doors for all other buildings, such as storage and religious buildings face North, South or ...
... We passed through one village before we started another descent down into the village where we were to stay that night. The village, Llahuar, consisted only of two lodges and we choose to stay in the one that had thermal pools beside the river. After an afternoon nap and once the sun had cooled down, we sat in the 40 degree pool, hoping it would cure any potential aches, until it was dinner time. The lodge provided dinner for about $4 each which consisted of soup, coca tea and ...
... scribbled in the appropriate boxes I nodded off clutching the papers. What seemed like only minutes later I was woken for a fourth time by the drivers mate collecting said papers. Why couldn't they just collect them at the border? Think I was probably awake for the remaining few hours it took to reach the border crossing near the shores of Lake Titikaka.
Crossing over into Peru there was an immediate change in landscape. Llamas were replaced by sheep.There was ...