Quinta Patawasi Bed & Breakfast

Pisonayniyoc 220, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 084, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Pisonayniyoc 220, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Urubamba

    Bucket List 1, 2, 3

    A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Jul 07, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... girls do, we giggled until we fell asleep. I tried to read the History of the Inkas to learn more about the people who built. Machu Picchu, but I lasted one paragraph. The next day we were up at 5am to begin what would be our longest, and most difficult day of trekking...9 hours, 20 kilometers and reaching 4630 meters. The first hour was not terrible, slightly uphill, and everyone was in good spirits. The second hour and a half was a bit more steep and where we adopted ...

    The Serenity of the Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 25, 2014

    ... curled up under the blankets. No televisions in any of the hotels I'd stayed in so far in Peru, and it was kind of refreshing having to entertain myself without one. The room was very cold and I devised a way of keeping warm in bed – I filled my water bottle with hot water and cuddled it!

    A morning greeting from Chloe again outside my door when I ventured out for breakfast – she had such a cute ...

    In the footsteps of the mighty Incas

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 16, 2014

    89 photos

    ... the local discotech.

    Waking up early the next day, we took an early bus up to Machu Picchu to enter the site as it opened. We were able to watch the sun rise over the ruins - this was one of the most beautiful sights that I have ever seen. James then gave us a tour of the site, and we learned of the history of the site, the Incas, and saw all the most important areas of the citadel. We watched as the sun hit the Temple of the Sun, and as the light ...

    Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by shonachalmers on Jun 02, 2014

    ... got to another inca site, huge terraces again built on a cliff with no one else there. The final 20 minutes from there to our last camp were pretty tough. - We arrived at around 4pm. Pable took us to a final inca site near the campsite with our hot chocolates. Dinner was beef, mash and egg fried rice with a huge cake for the birthday of two of the deaf people - all sang a bizarre happy birthday in sign ...

    Sexy Llamas & The Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on May 20, 2014

    1 comment, 110 photos

    ... all needed places to sleep. There are remarkable Incan sites, some more beautiful than Machu Picchu itself, dotted along the route (just look at the piccies). And this is why the only trail worth investing your time and money in, is the Classic Inca Trail. These wonderfully preserved sites, where the Incas worshipped, lived and rested, hugged the jungle mountains. They looked like something out of Stephen King's 'The Mist' as the clouds floated through the ...