San Agustin Plaza
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... more wild and carefree. Leaving me and my little buddy to do our own piñata. Which was much tidier than the other camp. But they all had a lot of fun! Then the skipping and hula hoops! Both were a huge success. We only had 3 hula hoops but they took turns and had contests to see who could go longer. They also have a gigantic rope that they unwound for us to spin for them to all skip with. At some points there were about 6-8 kids skipping at once. The wild little ...
... be difficult. Later in the evening we went to one of the restaurants recommended on our Cusco map, provided by the hostel. Nuna Raymi had a 16 soles 3 course set menu. So about £3.50. We started with a soup, followed by Alpaca skewers with rice and then fried banana. They also had ginea pig on the menu which I will definitely try before leaving! We made it an early night as we'll be leaving at 5am to start our Incan ...
... a llama and alpaca farm, and a small town to grab lunch in. While the tour group went off to anexpensive restaurant to have lunch, we came across the local market and ended up having alpaca for lunch which was extremely yum, and the local type of icecream which was topped with a whole heap of cream. We got back into Arequipa around 5.30pm which gave us enough time to pick our big bags up from the hostel, get changed, grab dinner and head to the bus station for our night bus to ...
... to find a couple of suggested restaurants for dinner but after walking around for too long we gave up and went to an Australian owned cafe called Jacks Cafe. The food was amazing and very Australian. Sam had a casserole and I had chicken and vegetables. Definitely what we ...
... over the mountains, so baron in Bolivia. But still, a bleakness that made one imagine what life must be like for farmers living in these desolate lands. A storm approached.
I arrived in Cusco at night so there wasn't much to see on the outskirts aside form the usual Pollo a la Brasa joints. Checked into my place Casa Emilia, which seemed a bargain at 15 Peruvian Nuevo Soles a night (£3) for a private room with a TV. As I suspected, it turned out that this was an ...