- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... They consider themselves to be "the oldest people on earth". Ruins of an ancient temple and crop terraces dating back 1,500 years were found by Jaques Cousteau in the waters in 2000. Legend says they existed before the sun, and could not be struck down by lightning. Mixing with the Aymaras and other tribes lost them their super being status. We heard about totora reeds that grow in the shallows of Lake Titicaca. These reeds are used to make everything from the ...
... known to the outside world. Henry Bingham III discovered Machu Picchu in 1911. If this interests you there is an excellent book about a fellow who set out to retrace Bingham's journey. It's called "Turn Right at Machu Picchu" by Mark Adams.
The approximately 200 structures making up this outstanding religious, ceremonial, astronomical and agricultural centre are set on a steep ridge, crisscrossed by stone terraces. Following a rigorous plan the city is divided into ...
... the canoe. God, it was bloody hot! On the way we saw a family of capybaras (a semi aquatic rodent native to South America which looks like a cross between a Guinea pig and a hippo). Jose, our guide, said it was a male as he could see its balls. We all laughed and I said how can you see them as we were not that close. He said the male has an organ on its head that is the shape of a ball and we all had a good chuckle at that. The number of species of animals in the ...
... netting for individual beds, flush toilets, showers (with solar-heated hot water), and candles for lighting. Yup there is no electricity. Not great for styling hair!!! However, this did not really matter as the humidity is so high I felt like I was swimming in my own sweat the entire time.
Before embarking we had to douse ourselves in sunscreen and bug spray. Sounds great so far, right? Along the way in our ...
... On top of a mountain. ...it was iced and everything. Crazy. From here we could see where we were headed. And the it was down. Awesome. The guide explained there was an optional visit to some terraces that we could see from the top which added an extra half an hour to the trail. We set off. Me and one of the scots scampered off down the trail. We were the slowest going up but ...
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