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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... there. It was a really cool festival with a bunch of grown men doing synchronized dancing in costumes to traditional terrible Andean music. It certainly was a very cool cultural happening to witness. They even handed out free rum drinks and soup. It was a really nice way to end a relaxing day. When we were all too tired to watch much more, and the band stopped playing, we headed back to crash early so we could prepare for Machu ...
... the scenery plants and ruins along the way are so special. To be at these sites all alone with an Quechua explaining what the place was to the Inca, and what their civilization was like was axing. We stopped at three ruin sights today and our guide Coco told us the story of the Inca. It was really good. Our group are a great bunch of people and Kris and I are having a ...
... ease of delivery and our current physical and mental states after 14 weeks on the road, we decided to join the ranks of countless thousands of others and became true tourists for two days. This entailed leaving our backpacks at our guesthouse and taking with us just daypacks with food, warm clothing and wet weather gear for an overnight stay.
We left Cusco at 8am and drove through the ...
... re-entered again anyway). We also stopped to stamp our passports with the Machu Picchu stamp so we wouldn't forget.
The sun came out as we toured the agricultural and urban sectors of Machu Picchu. It was still raining so I looked for a rainbow but there was none to be seen. Even though I had sunscreen, I was too lazy to use it and we both ended up a little pink in places.
After making the lower circuit, we were pretty wiped and it was ...
... us to this group instead. After lunch we also find out that our accommodation is with the second group, and we are confused. We then have to ask whether we are actually part of this group and Carlos the other tour guide confirms that we are in his group. It feels like my prayers got heard. I just feel a little sorry for the Korean couple and Israeli hippie lady, they will have to cope with the teenagers.
For the rest of the day there are no plans. Normally water rafting is done ...