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... was held, this is a traditional Peruvian cooking method, based on cooking with very hot stones that have been heated by a wood fire all afternoon. See the full Wikipedia entry here - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pachamanc a
Some wine of unknown origin was drunk along with some local “white” beer. The guides family seemed very happy to celebrate with Coca Cola, and indeed Adolpho’s daughter knows but one ...
... the roads were blocked due to traffic jams. Next time I awoke the bus was speeding along following two other coaches and constantly winding and climbing in elevation. I couldn't see anything till 0600 but I constantly felt the bus go over speed bumps. When it was light outside I noticed rolling brown hills filled with pockets of large gumtrees, so strange to see outside of Australia, and perivan women on the roadside wearing the traditional colourful dress and ...
... to catch our overnight bus to Huaraz. As always the bus ride was not without its surprises. We jumped on the bus and settled in. Being about 10pm at night we were ready for some shut eye. Though the bus attendant had another agenda! We were subjected to Celine Dion music blaring from the sound system while a movie was also then put on. Alex managed to get the music turned down to a more acceptable level, the ear plugs came out, while that took care of the music we ...
... caves as well. We spent a while there and then on the way out I bought some honey from an indigenous lady. We took a completely packed collectivo back to Huaraz and then searched around for a good place to eat dinner. We settled on a Chinese place, which wasn't very good. After dinner, Hiker, Alex, and I booked our tour for the next day to Laguna 69, a popular day trek a few hours from Huaraz and then went to the supermarket to buy ...
... So yes, as we weaved our way up the mountainside to our hotel I was quite relieved knowing we had avoided the potential for being the inspirational plot line behind "Taken #3; Peruvian edition."
It did not take long for us to feel settled in the beautiful oasis of our mountain lodge, Cuesta Serena. The lodge's manager and owner, Mariana, came springing out of her cabin welcoming us into her four bedroom hotel adorned in vibrant ...
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