San Agustin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tour company rep who translated for us, saw the consultant Opthamologist at the local clinic. He diagnosed with near 100% certainty that it was diabetes. To be certain, he instructed blood glucose tests the following morning after fasting. At 7:30am this morning I was tapped for blood and at 11am the results were in. Got the all clear. My sight has gradually restored since yesterday and as I write this on Tuesday afternoon, ...
... stretches. After watching others do the jump who were ahead of us, I elected to jump first out of Julien and I as Ellie wasn't doing it. I got suited up into my harness and they tied my feet to the bungee and before I knew it, I was ascending in a small cage up to 122 metres. Once at the top I looked down at the ground after being briefed by my little Peruvian friend and noticed exactly how high I was. It was a mixture of raw adrenalin and ...
... a beautiful hip length navy blue baby alpaca cardigan that is as fine as merino if not finer, for $110- in ten minutes! We made it back to the hotel just in time for a scheduled massage, which hopefully will help the circulation and aid in reducing the altitude sickness. Frank is napping again and I am down in the lobby where I found a good wifi signal- drinking boatloads of water. What a day of blessings this all was! I'll let you know how the tamales and quinoa soup will ...
... we went to a local restaurant to enjoy a buffet of typical Peruvian dishes, highlighted by the opportunity to try the national dish of rural Peru, "cuy", better known as guinea pig. It is usually roasted and virtually every part is eaten. "Louie", our named cuy was cut up into little pieces and passed around for those who were adventuresome enough to try. Our group did. It is not all that bad. It tastes somewhat like beef to me. There was also a Peruvian flute ...
... lady, Isabelle. She lives in Peru since 25 years.
The main purpose of this organisation is to train the teenager on carpentry or bakery in order to allow themselves to have a better future. They offered to them a professional education that most of them don't have.
The house is open to travellers who need a shelter in exchange of a free donation to help the organisation to last.
If you are interested, please write to them on ...