A Sacred Life

A Sacred Life

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Aquas Calientes

In town, we stayed at Hatuchuay Towers. Location was good, but they were not "pretty". Not like Hotel Pakaritampu, which was paradise!
After waking up the second day, we had our breakfast. All the breakfast's we had were very generous. A buffet with a variety of things. I even tried a small piece of Alpaca. Nope, not a meat eater thank you...... My favorite was the granola they had. I have not seen anything like it here. It was not hard and crunchy, but puffed and chewy and sweet. I poured yogurt on instead of milk and added mango to it. We always had a great breakfast.
Out side we spotted the rooster. I got a good laugh from Mai-Liis when she told me roosters crowed in different languages... I'm so naive :-)
I always loved to see all the color this country had to offer. Always colorful wares hanging out to tempt us.

This was the view from our Hotel.


Living Out Loud said...

Regarding roosters crowing in the language of their country: No, I wasn't joking! For example, in the English language, they say "cockle-doodle-doo" or close to it, and in Estonian the say "kikeriki-kii". How speakers of each language can hear so differently remains a mystery to me.

Doe Grozs Art said...

I thought you were kidding!!!!!!