San Agustin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... from that primal organismic unity, to a highly charged life-and-death struggle with the contracting uterus and the birth canal, and culminating in an experience of complete annihilation. This was followed almost immediately by an experience of sudden unexpected global liberation, which was typically perceived not only as physical birth but also as spiritual rebirth, with the two mysteriously intermixed.
... we played cards (snap and building a tower) with her. Passed the time! Got in a minibus 2mins down the runway and stood awaiting our plane. The plane (for 20 passengers) landed from La Paz, did a u-turn, dropped the passengers and luggage off, picked us up and off we took!! You could see the pilots and the cock pit which was pretty cool. The 40minute flight was fairly smooth. Just a hairy moment upon our descent into la paz, which was pretty bumpy at the same time as ...
... of face paint on us, calling us "Nelson's warriors" and we took a few group photos. Fun over, we got back to the hike and once we'd crossed a small bridge it was time to climb. The steep winding path took about 20 minutes at a medium pace and at the top a shelter containing a shop, cafe/ restaurant and a great lookout point welcomed us. Whilst climbing, I experienced another first as Miriam asked (out of politeness/ correctness) if she could take a picture of a local lady, ...
... amazing. Quad biking around the mountains was incredible, especially with the small Peruvian children waving to us as we sped past them. I have to say the best part about this day, was when Ginge crashed her quad bike. Luckily not off a cliff. She's still here, ginger hair blowing in the breeze. We also tried to see another ruin in Cusco called Sacsayhuaman (sexy woman), where we thought we may indeed find a sexy woman, but it turns out it costs 70 soles to go and ...
... top of the Inca foundations! We then travelled across the plateau along a narrow, winding dusty road to the small town of Moras, through some very narrow streets in the town and out to more Inca ruins at Moray. On the way we encountered a funeral procession in the middle of the road; sheep, cows and pigs crossing the road; and, lastly, two young bulls fighting in the middle of the road who were so engrossed ...