- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I got scared I would catch rabies so we tipped and left. We sat on the main square, got some food and left for cusco. We had to camp in between Arequipa and Cusco, where we were at 4,000m high. It was freezing cold and my nose bled a LOT. I wasn't in the best of moods, but we had a nice dinner and a campfire. I was warm in the tent but freezing when we were outside. We saw the most incredible stars, shooting stars and all sorts, so that made it more ...
... us for hours at 8:45 a.m.
About 30 minutes later, Marta arrived by taxi with her best friend, Yole, and they were both absolutely adorable and very doting. We took a taxi to the house, which was comfortable but incredibly sparse. They had brought us fruit and bread and coffee and water and stayed for a while to visit after showing us around.
The next morning, there was a plumbing problem and Marta arrived bright and early (the sun comes up a 5 ...
... 30-60 seconds.
Here I met my new group, an 11 strong Croatian mountaineering club, who I would continue into the canyon with for a 1.5 day trek. It's safe to say they were far better equipped than I was.
We stood a top a viewpoint and our route to the other side of the valley was pointed out. Starting with 2-3 hours zig zagging downhill, crossing the river (and dipping our feet into) before continuing an hour uphill for an Alpaca stir fry. ...
Today was a recovery day from yesterday's busy day with the girls. I had a slow morning, followed by a meeting with my local travel agent Yuri Esquino Chino....yep, Russian Peruvian Chinese. Quite a name. He looks exactly what his name implies. You would never be able to figure him out by looking at him. He needed to speak with me because after wiring him enough money to float 100 families for a year in Peru, he has decided ...
... mingling with the clouds.
I still had a bit of a headache and felt under the weather, so I bought a bottle of mineral water to drink with a couple of paracetamol and some packets of Peruvian sweets to take back to work.
Back on the bus we only half-listened to Lizzie’s incessant chatter on the way to our next stop, the Museo Sanctuarios Andinos, which was part of the Catholic university of Santa Maria. One of the ...