Melissa Wasi

Address: Sector Matara s/n, Pisac, Sacred Valley, Peru | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Sector Matara s/n, Pisac, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Pisac

    Aguascalientes

    A travel blog entry by tomogle on May 23, 2015

    ... angry and eventually we forced the driver to turn around and go back. ********. We got the clothes and drove onto the train tracks where we stopped for lunch before walking for three hours to Aguascalientes. At lunch I met a little puppy who I named Scrappy because we put him on the table to pick up the scraps from our lunch. We then had some chill time before heading off so I sat in a hammock with Scrappy just playing and missing Tilly a tonne. On the hike we ...

    Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by chakotai on Mar 28, 2015

    40 photos

    Off to Awana Kancha ! A zoo is the first stop - vicuña, Llama, alpacas and guanacos... All the pictures we want without paying to do it. (In the tourist spots it costs 1 or 2 sol for a picture with a local and a llama - not much really but there are usually four or five locals with each llama and each one wants a sol!!). Lol Leaving Cusco at 17000 feet and heading into the Sacred Valley 1,000m lower... No more ...

    Hike training

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Mar 23, 2015

    30 photos

    We heard about a wee town called Pisac about 45 mins from Cusco which is worth a visit for pre Machu Picchu training. After Ian decided his morning dodgy bowel contents had been sufficiently purged we took a Collectivo (a minibus which runs when full). For about 80p it took us to this picturesque village which serves as the entry point to the Sacred Valley. Pisac is the sort of town full of yoga retreats ...

    Day 5 ~ March 15th

    A travel blog entry by tsd-peru on Mar 15, 2015

    6 comments, 25 photos

    ... llamas. At the zoo, we also saw turtles, parrots, and condors. Not only that, we finally saw the Peruvian dog. They are completely hairless except for the Mohawk on their head.

    After the zoo, we went to Pisac. Pisac is one of the places that the Incas abandoned because of Spain. Pisac is where all the soldiers sleep and resides. On the mountainside near Pisac is where all the royalty were buried. To be exact, their tombs were placed in ...

    Peru

    A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Mar 04, 2015

    136 photos

    ... Valley. This town was so old fashioned and hand made. The streets, homes, and transportation had so much work put into them, with great attention to detail. There were sculptures built on the sides of buildings, drawings carved into the cement of the streets, and everything hand made with clay, rocks, hay, and whatever else the land had to offer. The city of Pisac itself sits in between tall, strong, green mountains, and is surrounded by a ...