Vichayito Bungalows y Carpas de Playa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Efter en lang rejse (vi kunne ligeså godt have taget en bus hertil frem for 2 fly og en 2-timers køretur) rammer vi vores hotel på standen. En kort opsummering af vores dage her må være: sol, strand, vand, høj solfaktor, afslapning, indtryk synkes og fordøjes, ceviche, øl (Cusqueña), Pisco Sour og andre …
... when the wave would slap you in the back or side of the head if you weren't ready. We had so much fun i decided i was doing the same thing the next night, hopefully with the same result. A burger later i decided to relax the rest of the night and work on my blog, stopping at 9pm to FaceTime with my mother, which was real nice and would also be the last time for a while as the internet in Galapagos is terrible. I retired not too long after ...
... off the main road and Marc went off to find us something as i stayed behind with all the baggage.
I had a coke as I waited and when he returned we left for a hostel on the main street co-owned by an American. Not a horrible place, would do just fine for the night. I put together my dirty laundry and showered as it was needed. Then i found a laundry place down the road and an ATM further up. We then walked around town, looking for anything different and then started ...
... of the world", we toured some of the temples and asked tons of questions while Coach taught us about Incan life and culture. However, it was soon time to say goodbye to our wonderful guide, and after a couple Team Awesome group pics and some bro-hugs from the boys, Coach left to catch his train back to Cusco.
For the rest of the day, we were free to explore Machu Picchu. Everyone did something different, but we were able to see cool places like the Temple of the ...
... compared to Cruz del Sur etc) bus but in the end we just wanted to buy a ticket and be committed to leaving. Ticket purchased, we made it back to the hostel just in time to join a long queue of people checking out.
With a few hours to kill before our bus Max and I ventured up to the Mirrador, a lookout point where a lighthouse stood. No one really knew at the hostel how to getthere so we went off exploring, and after climbing up quite step and rocky terrain ...