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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friendly staff, cocoa leaf tea on tap, great bed and a quiet hotel make this a fab place to stay. Close to markets and Ave Sol, so all essential services within walking distance.
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It was very hard to drag ourselves away from our hammocks and pet alpacas in Copacabana but a new adventure in Peru awaited and our much anticipated hike to Machu Picchu. Our second land border crossing went smoothly, (Copacabana was just 20 minutes by bus to the border of Peru), and after familiarising with a new currency, the Peruvian Sol, we …
What a fantastic day and memories to have forever. We started the day early with a 20 minutes bus ride to catch the train to Machu Picchu. There was a slight drizzle and a real feel of a typical New Zealand damp day in the forest. We boarded the train for a 2 hour trip..what amazing scenery, it really felt like we were in the south island of New Zealand. A river ran next to the train tracks and it was so much like our ...
... hot stones. Early to bed. On reflection, this was a truly wonderful journey, which we both thoroughly enjoyed. Whilst it was very challenging, we learnt so much from our wonderful guide about the history of the Incas, as well as learning some of the local language Ketchwa, which enabled us to engage with the locals along the way. The views along the way were absolutely spectacular and breathtaking. What I also really enjoyed personally was the solitude that came with ...
... and can feel the change in altitude. We are also able to see the change in terrain, as we are almost above the tree line at this point. Throughout the course of the morning session, we had been hiking up through the jungle, with a lot of mules and donkeys along the way. However, after this point, we are into a more mountainous terrain and no longer see any animals, except for the occasional spirit dog that follows us on our journey. Lunch is ...
... Laura tries her first churrasco (one of our favourites!) while getting her shoes polished by one of the numerous shoe polishers that wander Cusco (and the rest of South America) - thankfully he did a better job than one did on a friend of ours a week before, whose expensive black hiking boots became a splotchy colour blue!
That night, Laura made the journey to Puerto Maldonado for her Amazonian adventure, while we continued ours to the huge Lake Titicaca on the Bolivian border.