Hosteria & Spa Tradicion Colca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
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Unsere Reisegruppe war dann doch etwas grösser wie uns gesagt wurde und so fuhren wir nicht in einem Mercedes Sprinter sondern in einem "ausgewachsenen" Car los, d.h. wir musste zu Fuss von unserem Guide an derr Unterkunft abgeholt werden, da der Car nicht durch die engen Gassen kam...
Überraschenderweise setzte sich die Gruppe nicht nur …
... push arduous up the hills... I give up....mostly walking and started the raining...I couldn't biking along up hills...been exhausted! Kept walking....for a such hour to Chivay. Arrived at the travel agent to give the bike returned. 3PM!
went to nap. Short 30 minutes.
At at the night, it was cold. Not much to do.... Watch a movie "The Bucket List" in the hotel. I love that movie too. I wish travelling more and more for my bucket list.
went to zzz at 8PM!
... and started our 3,300 foot descend for the day. When we reached the river Owen and Siena were in for a great surprise. We met up with a family of 5 from York, London. The good news is we stayed with them in our rustic yet stunning hostel in the pueblo known as San Juan that night. Us adults were very happy to watch the kids entertain themselves since we all had a very hard time moving are old sore ...
... in the scenery as we could see the majority of the trails marked on the map clearly from the mirador. Feeling more confident about our ability to go it alone, we set off down the trail with renewed vigour, which would be needed given the steep gradient and slippery gravel 550m path we would descend down to the Rio Colca. Our spirits were lifted further when we saw other trekkers on the trail in front of us, By midday we had reached the bottom of the canyon and ...
... by candlelight and tried to play a few 'drinking’ games without any drink. We were all in bed by 9pm, but not after looking at the most incredible array of stars in the sky, with no light pollution hiding them away. The beds were big and had lovely warm alpaca blankets on them, so it was a really good nights sleep.
We were up at 4am in order to get on the trail for 4.30am. This was mainly to avoid being in the blazing heat during the hardest part of ...