Royal Inka II
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... dinner ended up being about 6:15pm so we were very full. For dinner we had soup and then spaghetti bolognese whilst we all got to know each other better. There are around 12 people in the group so it's a good size and everyone seems very friendly. It's an early night tonight as the total walking today was 22km and tomorrow it's a 5am start which is something we'll be getting used to over the next few ...
Sat 25th oct Up. Breakfast. Packed everything up. Checked out and walked to the airline (amazonas) booking office to catch the minibus to the airport at 11:30am. Jack tried to get money out beforehand but the atm's were not working#bolivia. 20min shuttle to the 'airport', which was a shack about twice the size of our living room in Macclesfield #bolivia. There were about 40 seats and 1 gate. We checked on our big bags and were then told that we had to pay 22bolivianos tax ...
... sickness and stomach/ headaches - but which is often not used as cocoa leaves have a quicker impact (about 5 minutes instead of 20 minutes) - and instead this plant is often rubbed on the skin as an insect/ mozzie repellant
- tiny red peppers that are sometimes chewed but more often used in chicha (drink)
- several cacti including one with sour fruit called Sancowey that is used in a Colca Sour drink, and another with a small orange fruit called ...
... the next few nights. We came across a hostel that had a trip advisor sticker on the front, so we thought ok this must be alright, so we went to have a look at the place. Until we stepped out the back and thought we had actually stepped into a favela. There were stray dogs, hippies, rubbish, a stench that smelt like someone had died, and the rooms looked like a brothel. Needless to say there was a reason that place was only 10 soles a night (equivalent to $3). We ...
... an enormous wood fired oven that turns out delicious sweet and savoury pies and rolls, also corn cobs cooked on the street and freshly squeezed orange juice....yum! The colors and the smells were amazing! After we had filled a bag we bought at the market with great handicrafts to bring home and our bellies with great food, we hired a taxi to take us to the Inca ruins at Chinchero and Moray. At Chinchero ...