Hosteria & Spa Tradicion Colca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... 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!
... which was like a ghost town, everything was closed and there were just a few stray dogs walking around. I left Kam minding the bags while I ventured off in search of a place to stay. I spotted a gorgeous looking guesthouse with a thatched roof but instantly knew it would be out of our price range. It soon became clear there weren't many other options so I decided to check out the room. Moments later I was persuading Kam that it was the nicest room ...
... 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 ...
... geysers that bubbled up below the rocks and water of the river. Continuing on our journey, we crossed the Rio Colca and arrived at Llauar dusty and hungry. Llauar could hardly be described as a pueblo as it consisted of only two hostels and a handful of adobe houses for local farmers. The hostel owner at Llauar Lodge greeted us both with a kiss on the cheek and a hearty hug before serving us a large lunch of quinoa soup and a sort of vegetable curry with rice. Barely ...
... sites cost about US$45. We were given a list of things to bring and a trail guide of where we would be trekking.
Colca Canyon is (still to be confirmed) the deepest canyon in the world, and twice the depth of the Grand Canyon with a depth of 4,160m. In contrast it reaches as high as 6,288m at Ampato, a snow-capped extinct volcano. It is also home to the most distant source of the Amazon River. Unlike the Grand Canyon, there are sections of Colca that ...