Hostal Las Fresas
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... from the old Incan times: Whachuma and Ayuhuasca. All of this started with a 4 day silent yoga/meditation retreat on Armantani island in the middle of lake Titikaka, the highest Lake in the world with 4.000m above sea level. High temperatures during the day but again freezing nights, far away from civilization, no cars, electricity is rare. This was going to be awesome. Shaun and me travelled to Puno to meet up with the group and from there on travelled by boat to the ...
... Views only possible from this height were revealed to us on this network of towers, bridges and platforms. As we caught our breath on the first platform, I managed to spot a toucan eating fruit from a nearby palmtree before it quickly flew off!
The tropical rainforest is made up of four layers, each with different plants and animals adapted for that particular layer - the wetlands/forest floor, the understory layer, the ...
... band - Goose stepping guards - not quite Buckingham Palace. San Francisco next - church, convent, monastery and catacombs. Needed some TLC but fascinating Again good guide. Bit disappointed with Guinea Pig supper, painting of the Last Supper with guinea pigs, only one flattened one visible! Afternoon walking along cliffs in Miraflores watching the surfers. Off to Rosa Nautica restaurant built on the pier famous for its seafood, so Peter should ...
This week we said farewell to our Ecuadorian host families, flew to Lima, Peru and then spent the last 5 days traveling up and down the coast visiting archaeological sites, surfing and hanging out with one another. While it was a tad chaotic traveling with 27 people on a bus through what appeared to be the desert out of Star Trek, it was worth experiencing the ancient sites and learning more about the people who lived on this land before the Incas even existed.
I had a feeling that music would play a big role in this trip (proving to be a pretty prescient one so far). So before I left, with the help of many friends (and the gift of i-tunes credit from the Planning Office at SU and an i-pod from Justin. Thanks again!), I compiled two playlists for the trip.
They have been epic and perfect soundtracks for the journey. I'm continually surprised at the fluid borders between the two categories; like lament and ...