Hotel Suenos del Inka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the dark on winding roads. The bus company had provided blankets and a pillow, however at four thirty in the morning the stewardess came and confiscated them. Thinking we must be arrival imminent Harry coughed up and suffered the cold. His anger grew into a frenzy when the bus journey continued for another chilly hour and a half. His anger reached volcanic status when he turned around and realised that no one else on the bus had ...
... is a distinction between a lake and a lagoon the subtlety of which was lost on me, but there are some patches of water at a greater height- we have even seen them, but they are not lakes...
And so on to Cusco where I am tapping this message, the delights of which will have to await the next exciting instalment..
The flower on the cover if you are wondering is the Cantuta, the national flower of Peru.
... they would need in the afterlife. At Pisac, there was a mountain-side full of holes where grave robbers had stolen the burial belongings from many, many tombs. Very sad, but this fact made Machu Picchu more special because the treasures were still there when it was discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911. Walking down from the Pisac ruins offerred great views of the city below. At Ollantaytambo, we met some cute llamas that provided excellent models in my ...
... In Lima, I got off the plane, wide-eyed and ready, however, my bags didn't quite get the memo. After running around the Lima airport for a few hours, it became clear that my bags were still hanging out in Miami. They were scheduled to be on the next flight to Peru...
I arrived in Cusco around 7am, and was instantly impressed. The backdrop consists of the dry Peruvian Andes and colorful houses and buildings scaling the hills. Not bad at all.
... home and found Ryan at his cooking class! He gave us some stuff to take home and we said our goodbyes. Then we went to the Choco museum, it was very small and they were selling anything from chocolate deodorant to chocolate lipstick. From there Rolando took us to a Peruvian restaurant. Mom told him to order us a Peruvian dinner, so he did. He ordered us a red corn juice to start. It tasted very sweet but had an odd after taste. Then we got ...