Royal Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with beautiful tapestries and quilts. Quick change then we went to the kitchen to ask if we could help with dinner (in aymara you say Transplants? Which means can I help you) nailed it!! I cut up vegetables and Adam shelled peas and laid the table. We began drawing with Laura (9) and Christian (6) the son and daughter of the family. We played noughts and crosses, draw flowers and other pictures and wrote our names. Really special moment. Then sat ...
'Limos' as Ali said ... Aka Tuctucs picked us up from the hotel and raced us down to the port of Puto. This was a very fun but scary journey as traffic lights don't exist at junctions and our little horn didn't have much power against the cars, as we weaved across crossings. At the port we bought gift of food and toys for our home stay families, before boarding our boat.... ...
... because the quinoa wasn't growing well in this section. While we worked, Belinda took Andre to kindergarten and then she came back to pull weeds from the quinoa. Our guide, Neil, likes to sing while listening to his music. Today he had climbed to the highest point on the peninsula and we could hear him belting out lyrics in the distance while we worked. We collected a large pile of weeds on the blanket that Belinda uses to carry many things on her ...
Another early start when our guide, Ivan, picks us up at 6.15am. I still have a nagging headache from the altitude which will not go away. It is only a short ride to the harbour where we board our boat. Our tour group comprises another Aussie couple from the Central Coast and three Canadians who are originally from the Philippines. There are also two other guides on board, one with the Spanish couple who were on our Lima tour and another with a large ...
... sell, which were also all outside as well, and a kitchen area - specifically built so they didn't set fire to the island! After the talk we were split into 3s and each ushered into one of the family's huts for the big sell, although the 3rd person left our group to go with her fella so it left Molly and me just shaking our head and trying politely to exit the hut. Outside, more selling was going on although nobody in the group was really ...