Hotel El Ingenio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Ingenio Cajamarca
The main problem with the hotel was the mold in the closet of the room. Matress and pillows in poor condition. But it was very quiet and has beautiful gardens and yard.
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... ruins and in the afternoon to Ventanillas de Otuzco. The next morning we woke to grey cloudy sky and just crossed our fingers it would not rain while we were out. Bustling for a spot in a tour van we were eventually taken around the corner to where even more vans were waiting and jumped aboard. We drove for nearly an hour to Cumbe Mayo a set of interesting rock formations, however the location is best known for the ruins of a Pre-Incan aqueduct ...
... 20 minutes more we all got back on board, drove for 5 minutes, then broke down again! We all stayed on the bus, as by now it was dark. I watched from my window as they were again pouring in more diesel using a hose pipe. After crawling at 10 miles an hour up the hill, we finally reached cajamarca around 8pm....only 3 hours ...
I needed to catch the pubic bus to Trujillo at about 08:30, to catch my big bus to 10:00.
It was a 7 hour trip, back into the Andes.
We actually went through clouds to arrive at Cajamarca
Not too much to report on the trip
The scenery is great
... completely pointless exercise as they
read out the amounts converted into GBP but only one was made in GBP and I had
over the last 3 days tried 4 different machine in 3 different cities each with
differing withdrawl amounts, at least 10-12 attempts plus I couldn’t hear a
bleedin word she was saying. 15 mins later she finally agreed to release the
block. Then I had to tackle her about why my direct debit has not been going
out to ...
... did 90% of the work. For more than 20 years Rita and Muriel have been the main ministers in the parish of Otuzco and more than 20 smaller communities in the hills. The parish has no priest because the people for some historic reason will not have a priest in the villages although most still identify as Catholic.
Another sister happened to be visiting for a few days: Maureen Kelly, who is a Mercy nun from Ireland and she works ...