Hotel Natura Inn
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... pizza was what made me very ill in Cusco, but decided to risk it since I was about to turn into an angry leprechaun (something akin to what happens when you feed a Mogwai after midnight, only I needed to eat BEFORE the clock struck twelve). The pizza place was really mellow and featured a traditional cement oven to bake the pies in. I knew everything would be OK when I dialed into the Dire Straights live album playing in the ...
... was a pretty grueling journey. We checked into our hotel which also doubles up as a Spanish school, and Peruvian cookery school too. The hotel has a really lovely garden which we have been enjoying sitting out in to enjoy the Peruvian sunshine. It's the beginning of Spring here and temperatures are on the up :) The hotel garden is home to a 60 year old tortoise which Mya has nicknamed "Terry". As well as a strange species of bird which, rather ...
... I have to start all over again and re-draft it so that it is actually literate. By the end of the day, I was on 62500. Rather good. The day gave me the opportunity to do some more people watching too. There are lots of Western families out here, backpacking with their kids which I think is fabulous. Went into a shop where there were absolutely ******* HUGE spiders on display. Looking forward to them... People had been worrying me about the jungle, telling me that it ...
... Company (ohh, de Coffee Company!) te laten bestaan laten we ons op de laatste middag onderdompelen in de culturele geschiedenis van het Monasterio de Santa Catalina waar de half Aziatische gids Vanessa ons de ‘ins en outs’ van het door rijke familieleden gesponsorde alles behalve sobere kloosterleven van de afgelopen paar 100 jaar vertelt. Tja…Arequipa…best een leuke stad maar al met al niet zo spannend ...
... We reached the bottom in time to swim before we ate a big plate of pasta for lunch.
By this time I was pretty worried about the climb back off so we set off shortly after lunch, this was a bad idea!! Half way back up when I was really starting to struggle, the sun was at its hottest and the path that had been shaded on our morning descent was now totally uncovered. What followed was a very tough, very sweaty 3 hours, I remember vaguely calling for a donkey at one point to carry ...
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