Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the steps again. We made it down to the mountain to be greeted by a no entry fence after just a mountain of rubble. We had to slither a long the fence passing tramps homes and prescription drugs to finally find the steps again. It was definitely a funny experience looking back. We got back to the hostel and started the celebrations of Andy's birthday. We went out for an all you can eat buffet at 'Yummy's' and went home stuffed to play endless card games and drink ...
... No." She made a coffee and grimaced. "This coffee is terrible." "Maybe it was the chef," I offered. She stared at me and I stared back. She had one of those hard, half-classical faces and she was built like a wrestler. Her brow looked permanently furrowed; and the boy with her had a look as though he ought to be wearing army fatigues. He wasn't though. He was wearing a hooded sweater with the hood pulled up so that ...
... bed at last! The next morning does not start well, the pick was supposed to be at 7.15 am, it turns up at 7.50 - I could have had more sleep! Luckily when I get on the small mini bus I am the last pick up - the reason it was so late, but also cos it is in good condition and the driver/guide does speak English. We drive out of town and and thru some small villages before we turn off for route 33. A small one track road that takes us thru a cloud forest and ...
... end of the night' breakfast at about 8am.
During the day we walked around the old town eating Empaņadas every so often. The main square was nice but the church bells seem to have been replaced (presumably in the 90's) with what sounds like the old Nokia ring tone, so the ancient spell of the dusty cobbled plaza dappled with pink and purple blossom is broken on the hour every hour. Meg had previously been to a little empanadas restaurant famous for its delicious pastries and ...
... three children that were un-earthed in 1999 from Mount Llullailaico that dates back to the Incan times - these children were sacrificed to the Incan Gods.
These bodies were the best preserved bodies ever found (internal organs and facial features still in tact) due to the cold and dry thin air of the mountain and the museum now uses special preservation techniques to conserve the bodies. The MAAM museum has received its fair share ...