San Agustin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bag I was going to replace it with! Luckily I managed to return it and even get my money back, despite here being adamant for an exchange! After this we made it back to the hostel to pack for the Inca trail. I had bought 5 litres of water to take. I didn't want to make the same mistake as last time. Not having enough water. My backpack was almost as heavy as it was normally! 4 days trekking through the mountains is ...
... and biscuits. Surprisingly, and much to our relief, it only took us two and half hours to make it up the 1km to the top. This gave us time to have a well deserved breakfast and coffee in town whilst we waited for the tour group we were sharing a van with, to make it up. On the drive back to Arequipa we stopped at some thermal baths for an hour where we soaked our aching calf muscles. We also made photo stops at the highest point in the region (and the highest point we have been ...
... food we have had on the trip has been in Cusco. Expecting guinea pig and alpaca meat (may of had in stock I don't know for sure) we were more than pleasantly surprised when randomly pointing to an underciferable menu resulted in some great roasted yellow potatoes (apparently Peru has over 8000 varieties...a challenge for my veggie garden), great deep fried or marinated roasted meats and great civiche...although I take that verbatim because at risk of using the epipen ...
... it was ok. It had one hell of a kick to it and David was left to finish it. When the drinks arrived, Maria's spicy pisco sour and David's spicy chilcano were both delicious. We were all a bit peckish but didn't fancy eating in the bar so we shared an antipasto platter which included alpaca meat instead of the usual salamis and ham.
... the rock from this place to build many of their churches and buildings in Cusco. Would have been nice to know this while we were there.
While at this location it suddenly got windy and cold, so we headed back to the bus. The weather sure is extreme in Cusco. Very warm and sunny days, where the risk of sunburn is high, then it clouds over or gets windy and you need several sweaters and your mitts and gloves. We left the ranch at around ...