San Agustin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... There were about 6 red ATVs lined up with damaged helmets on them. 3 college looking girls arrived at the same time as us, they had boots, furry jackets, and Ray bans on. The 19 & 13 year old shared a quad. And two of the girls shared one while the other rode it by herself! I was so excited! I had never even been on a quad before let alone in Peru! We finally got to start our adventure, we basically traveled through fields for a good 30 minutes, and then we saw some cows ...
... they were before. I even took some of the same photos! It was tough going due to the altitude but there are options to take a taxi half of the way or for a round trip if you need to. We just had time to grab some empanadas as a snack after our walk, have a look around the famous Pisac market and see the notorious guinea pig castle in a restaurant, (which I think is really quite cruel - I had a guinea pig as a pet when I was younger!) and buy some famous carrot cake from ...
... d try to pack my bags with all the goodies Ive puchased over the past few weeks. It's not actually a huge mount of stuff, but trying to pack my stuff with what I already had just wasn't going to work. My boots at this time were beginning to fall apart, so I figured I'd just toss them as I won't be able to wear them anymore anyway, this freed up some room. evenually I got my checkin luggage at a stage where I think I'll be able to work with that for the next week before we ...
... I the square just behind there were stall and stalls. It looked like a huge beer festival. There were tents selling beer and then there was the food. The only option was roasted whole stuffed guinea pig and full roasted chickens. Obviously a traditional dish we saw the full dish later which I will explain. But these guinea pigs looked awful. They were fully stretched out with their pointy teeth still there, they had ...
After spending 2 nights with only 3 walls to protect us, we were delighted to arrive in Cusco to find 4 walls and a door in our room. First thing on our agenda was to make sure we got our Machu Picchu trip booked, only a certain number of people can go each day. The only availability was the very next day and the trip begins with a 4am pick up! We had no choice but to book it and pretty much head straight to bed! The alarm went off at 3.30, I felt as though I ...