Arco Iris Del Puente Lodge

next to the Pichingoto bridge, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, CUSC01, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on next to the Pichingoto bridge, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... I went. 2 hours it took me, up and down, with picture stops. On the way down, about ten minutes, (it's much faster down than up) I ran into the two girls who were behind me at the start. Even the ranger, when he caught me had a decent sweat on. It's would seem that I am not as unfit as I thought, or at least I'm more fit than some and still very unfit.

    It's pretty incredible wandering around. The view from the mountain was spectacular but there was some great views ...

    The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

    58 photos

    ... you. 4: day two is hard but day three is also ************ger. 5: the toilets are dirty and smelly, better to use a bush. 6: do not drop your toilet paper on the trail, it's disgusting stop doing it! 7: if you want to climb Mount Machu Picchu you have to do it before 11am as they close it early. And finally 8: there is only one Inca trail and it has to be booked at least 5 months in advance, and I highly recommend it. It was the most amazing experience of my life (right up there with gorilla trekking in ...

    Guinea Pigs - From Pen to Plate

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 26, 2014

    ... number of other
    herbs I'd not seen before. My aim is to find a book about these ancient practices – so many
    plants have healing properties that we are unaware of.

    On the way to the next farm we passed some men who had just slaughtered a pig. My curiosity had me asking how they do that here – very humanely I was pleased to know. They cut their carotid artery with one swift stab, killing them instantly. The next process ...

    In the footsteps of the mighty Incas

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 16, 2014

    89 photos

    ... made our way to the beginning of the trek, picking up the porters and chefs along the way. The hike began in the village of Pumahuanca in the Sacred Valley, along the way we visited the ancient Inca site of Pumahuanca which gave us a different perspective of their culture - a far cry from being a massive fortress or a hidden citadel, it was a couple of small farm buildings that at looking at them didn't appear to exhibit the Inca's famous stone ...

    Machu Picchu and the rest...

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Jun 16, 2014

    ... point. 3 hour mountain bike down into the superbly scenic valley towards Santa Maria. The guide in the lead was far too slow with a flat tyre and at the first view point he suggested that I lead the pack. Wooooohooohoooooo faster faster. Inner ego secretly doing cartwheels!! The road was too perfect to go slowly.

    Day two: White water rafting at dawn. In a boat with 5 fun Israelis (3 fit guys!). Grade 2-3 so not dangerous but ...