San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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Friendly staff but something left to be desired if you are looking to have some piece and quiet.
Piscco Sours were fabulous!
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... by the natural depression they were naturally warmer. They grew asparagus there! (And that reminded me: how often have I seen "Product of Peru" on the fresh asparagus from Woolies?). The terraces cannot be used because the irrigation system created before the 1400s hasn't been repaired yet. After this we drove on to the extensive salt ponds, which are maintained only by people of Moray. These salt ponds are fed by a tiny brook and the people ...
... toho mostu. Chrání tě vždy dvě petlice, takže vždy odhákáváš jenom jednu, ale stejně zabere to hodně soustředění a nervy. Oběma se nám to hrozne líbilo a vůbec by nám nevadilo si to někdy zopakovat.
Po zbytek dne nás čeká pěší turistika, jdeme podél koleji, což je pěkně ploché a jednoduché. Ale je vedro a komáři si dávají. Po cestě potkáme mnoho dalších lidi, ne ...
... she jumped out of her skin when she realised how close it had come to her.
Around the front of the ruins there are beautiful water fountains with water streaming out of the rocks.
The rain became a little too much for my camera which stopped taking photos. We were wet, soggy, cold, it was clear the rain wasn’t going to ease off so we got a bus back down the mountain to the town to dry off and warm up.
A big spaghetti and pesto for me, lasagne for ...
... dark, our guide rushed us outside to see the sky and I can honestly say I've never seen the sky so blue. They also made us a hot rum drink with lemon which went down well with the Peruvian saying Arriba, Debajo, Al Cento, en Dentro. This means above, below, in the middle, inside. After leaving the tent for bed the sky was now dark, yet lit up with stars. I hadn't seen this many since that one night in Belize. It was ...
Day 4 in Cuzco , time to visit the worldwide famous Macchu Pichu.
Our day started with an early breakfast and at 7: 15 am our dear friend Omar came to pick us up. 30 minutes later we were m Pony station waiting for our train to M.P.
The train left on time and the overall trip to M. P. was 3h 30 m. the service On the Vistadome was pretty good, including some yummy refreshments and information about towns we were ...