Sonesta Hotel El Olivar
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- Swimming pool
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... rest of the group and got loads of photos, including one as a group where Wes is lying down in front of us like a ches-long model. It only took about 20 minutes more to get down into Machu Picchu, and there we took a load more photos and had a guided tour from Angelo. The stuff he knew about the Quechua people was incredible – he is so knowledgeable. We learnt about how they built their citadels with man-made fault lines, so that if an earthquake ever happened, the citadel ...
... See the picture of his work in progress. You'll notice everything that one could possibly want at either high altitude or a jungle cruise. This includes multiple types of pain relievers, bug spray and bandaids, not to mention anti-biotic cream, mosquito wipes and those all important "Shout" packets. With Brooks in charge, we will be prepared for anything!
... Great catch-up...we recount our adventures in Lima...make excuses for not visiting earlier...but most of all everyone wants to know how everyone is at home and when will others decide to follow and visit Peru. They volunteer lots of dos-and-don'ts when walking around and a very nice time. But typically they can't agree on what is good or not...in their eyes everything is risky!. Lunch was served and consisted of carapulca with rice and a cake ...
... on a bus for 19 hours it's just what you need. We watched Shrek first (English subtitles) and then moved onto the Kings Speech which was in English thankfully. We had our evening meal at 6:30pm; mash, rice and mushrooms, it was plain but still pretty good. We fell asleep about 8pm just after the steward had finished playing Bingo over the ...
... the edge of your seat too long, they got wet. Following that night our time in Lima was over. It was a successful stop: Tammy reconnected with old friends, our group gained a member (Tasha), we saw all that Lima had to offer, most importantly I was able to find a bookstore and got a new book (ok maybe not that important but it was a great book), actually more importantly we had a early morning plane to catch to Cusco (that's right I said plane not bus, ...