San Agustin El Dorado Hotel Cuzco
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... very smiley Bolivian man, Felix) prepared our food and under which we ate. A little walk away was another small hut with a 'toilet' although at night we could go behind trees close to our beds (to be safe from jaguars! Ha!). Had lunch (same standard as at the lodge i.e. top notch) then set up our bed. 2hrs chill time. I slept and jack wrote bloggington in a hammock. Went for a 4hour walk in the jungle (hopefully for animal see, in Ismael/Yoda talk). We saw the tail of a puma ...
... strength of the grass. He said it was surprisingly tough and I believed him ... but even still I was weary of the idea of crossing a rope bridge made from grass. I've seen Indiana Jones. A little further along the way, we picked wild mint for our tea that evening. Richard explained that this mint tea would help with any stomach issues, digestion or altitude related nausea. I noticed a number of streams, neatly formed, that cut into the side of the hills ...
The trek passed through very remote
mountain communities so we made friends with lots of the village communities,
they especially liked the plentiful supply of sweets I was carrying.
The second day took us through the highest
mountain pass at 4800meters where a snow blizzard occurred. Luckily our trusty
tour company were waiting for us with hot tea and a sandwich, it was definitely
5 star service. Day 3 took us to ...
... every direction you could see
mountain peaks with most above 5000 metres and covered in snow. One of the
mountains is still an active volcano with smoke rising above. We then began the
long drive down to Colca Canyon and stopped at a small town in the middle
canyon not far from the main town of Chivay. Here we had a home cooked lunch
cooked by a village lady which we ate in her very simple adobe home. This was a
3 course meal with llama as part of ...
... year. It is designated as the Historical Capital of Peru by the Constitution of Peru.