Cuesta Serena Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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- Continental Breakfast
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... rapidly, but we managed, and I spent the evening and next morning walking around the quaint little village, established around 1400-1500 AD. Beautiful, but literally dirt poor, place.
Finally Friday lunch time came around and I was able to see beautiful Smiley again. It was wonderful to see her. Sonja was pretty happy to see me as well but also very happy to see a shower, rudimentary as it was. That afternoon a post walk ...
... occasions when I shut my eyes as the drive was very scary. Our driver scooted in front of a coach bus which wasn't stopping, not sure how we got past without incident. Grateful to arrive, we spent the next few hours waiting and wandering through the adjoining markets and shopping mall. For a Wednesday evening it was surprising how many families were out.
The bus departed for Huaraz (pronounced worraz) at 2330 and at that time we crawled out of the ...
... ruins that are in the process of being restored and preserved. This was the largest seaside Inca city that was once home to 60,000 Incas. It was very different to the other stone based ruins we had seen in Peru. These ruins were Adobe based with amazing patterns etched into the walls. We then walked down the road to the Inca museum. As usual it was information overload and required a lot of reading. We then ventured back into town for a quick dinner and back to the ...
... to our thermal bath room which felt like... Well, a bathroom with a slightly oversized bathtub. It was a pretty funny thing to squeeze four strangers into a tiny bath tub together but we enjoyed each other's company and the water definitely felt really nice. The real treat about it were the saunas. The saunas were actually caves, which was really cool. I imagine they were blasted into with dynamite many years ago, but supposedly some ...
... of the trek, we saw the glacier in all its glory - it was stunning... A huge frozen glacier with a frozen lake below it and the mountains in the background was just mind-blowing. Even our travel-blogging buddies said how overwhelming and exceptional it was and they’ve been travelling their whole lives!
We’re so glad we booked the trek! Definitely the highlight of our first week in Peru.
The guesthouse we stayed in ...