Quinta Patawasi Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dias". After breakfast it was another hours drive to Piscakucho at km82 for the start of the trail, where the porters organised, packed and weighed the giant backpacks that were almost the same size as them and rushed off with them before we registered, got our passports stamped and crossed the Rio Urubamba to start hiking at around 9am. We were carrying a mornings worth of water, all our clothes, rain gear, cameras and some snacks in our day packs and were feeling pretty confident ...
... Back at the house we made our way to the kitchen (compete with guinea pigs roaming around - they like the warmth of the fire) where we helped remove the kernels from the dried cobs of corn. There are many vegetables that are a staple in the farmers and the Peruvian diet: corn, potatoes, beans, quinoa, the list goes on. Corn comes in many colours and sizes. It's not like North America where everything is mass supplied and probably genetically modified. This is real corn that has ...
... or maybe even South America.
After changing into dry cloth we met my ¨fan club¨ in Aguas Calientes of about 30 14-year olds who wanted to take pictures with me, each and every one alone. I would be lying if I said I hadn't had fun doing it.
We went to bed early to get ready for the last act of this 5 day chapter in our lives, the final and ultimate goal: Machu Picchu.
We left ...
Today we have had a bit if a treat, a lie in! we didn't start the days tour until around 8.30 this morning so that was really nice, no rushing for a change. Today's itinerary takes us to 2 important inca sites and also to the town of Pisac which is noted for its bright, large and extensive market. Now, I like to wander around museums, churches, stately homes etc, but when it comes to looking around very large stones/boulders that you are told are ...
... all dogs greeting for the first time. Many made comments like "oh, that's what you look like when you have normal clothes on and aren't covered in mud, sweat, insect repellent, and sunscreen". It was a wonderful dinner where we shared stories of the four difficult days and looked forward to tomorrow at Machu Picchu. The meal itself was delicious but we all felt a little sadness knowing it wasn't prepared by Chef Raul and his ...