Hotel De Las Nubes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... siesta. This was the first time we had come across it during our travels. Everything....EVERYTHING closes down at 1pm and re-opens at 5pm (Except Subway and McDonalds). They eat at really strange times too, Breakfast at 8, Lunch at 12, Pastries at 5, Evening Meal at 11. And they eat A LOT at each meal too. We were going out for dinner at 8-9pm which was late for us and there was NO-ONE in the restaurants with us! ...
... of the journey was along the bumpiest road in the world - it was horrific. There was only a few tourists on the bus so we were also sandwiched between many rather large Bolivians with their massive packages - they put everything they need on a sheet and then gather up the corners of the sheet!! I think we finally managed to sleep a few hours in only to be woken up by a Bolivian man behind us playing music with accompanying lights right behind Mark's head. I woke up first but ...
... t stay too long. It was interesting but couldn't help but think there was something a bit wrong looking at dead children that had been left in tombs alive as a sacrifice to the Inca Gods.
In the afternoon we took a city tour and took a mini bus to see all of the sights of the city. And you guessed it, there was another hill with views looking across the whole city. However this time we drove up in the mini bus and didn't have to walk ...
The intention was to set off at 8am, but we eventually got going around 8.45. I drove out of town until we reached a petrol station, where we filled up the tank, and then Mairead took over.
We tried to follow the instructions and map we had been given to get on to the correct highway, but we were lost within five minutes. We had completely missed the turning to take us north and were now heading south … not a great ...
... left)...we were on a flyover and I started to think maybe we should have gone right!!! Eventually however, i saw the mountain we had climbed and just aimed for that. We arrived without getting officially lost, and I was exceptionally proud of myself for my almost perfect navigation (although I couldn't tell anyone in the car this, as nobody had any idea we were ever lost). Apparently most people don't handle getting lost in foreign countries very ...