I've probably been on about 20 "trips of a lifetime" from the jungles of Guatemala to the Arctic Circle moose hunting and canoeing the Colville River, to Winter Storms, 100 knot winds in the Aleutian Islands in January, but the one organized by Oscar for me, my Three Daughters, My friend and his daughter, had to be right at the very top. I asked Oscar, kiddingly, if for the price he was asking (it was really a bargain but I had to haggle with him) if we were going to get Lobster Sandwiches, but close to it. He organized 15 mules, a horse, 5 muleteers, a guide, assistant guide, and chef, and off we went first to Choquequirao, then on to Pincho Uniyok, then Maizal, over a Pass and over another pass, and on and on for 10 days of some glorious hiking, scenery, and advneture. Our first night stay in the Hostel, we had the best Pizza I have ever had, the accomodations were very clean, with indoor toilet, shower, all the amenities. They take real care of their guests. I am thinking of going back, but wouldn't dream of doing it without Oscar's assistance. I wrote a book with lots of picture through Blurb if you want to fork over the dough to see some breathtaking scenery.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostel with capacity for 20 people, one suite x 2 pax, 2 triples and 7 doubles. ... more less