Quinta Patawasi Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... group were covered in bites.
Once I dreamt of walking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu (5
days/4 nights) but not any more after experiencing the effects of altitude.
Rain clouds started enveloping the mountains late in the
afternoon and this added to the magical atmosphere. I could bore you all with
so many details but I won’t. If you get the opportunity – come.
... highlands are full of grasses and lush trees, a stark contrast from the rocky and pine treed covering of the Rocky Mountains, even though they are at similar or even higher altitude. The Andes here are less jagged and triangular than what I'm used to; more rolling and abrupt. We descended into the cloud forest and stopped near the site of another small Inca city. We had another cultural lesson from our guide David and then spent a few minutes exploring, listening to the ...
... in the warm water, beer and chocolate made my evening.
For dinner I had a couple cocktails and tequila. Second wasn't a good idea. I'm not good with tequila so I'm glad I could get myself to bed before it got worse.
The next morning we got picked up and prepared for the biggest and longest and best ziplining in South America. First I was very scared, it was pretty high. But after the first couple I dared even letting go of my ...
... to walk back from the ruins to Agues Calientas. It was basically one big steep and slippery staircase all the way down but we were continually passed by groups of running Peruvians - they seem to run everywhere! From Agues Calientas it was a 2 hour train back to the town of Ollantaytambo where we were staying. It was a long day and we were knackered at the end of it, but was it worth the money it cost to get there? Probably not but then again, you can't come to Peru & not see ...
... Park would look like. There is a restaurant. A large map. Guides offering their services. Security guards. There was no queue to get in and lots of people were leaving now it was late afternoon. Exactly as I'd hoped. They only allow a mere two thousand visitors a day to MaPi. Just to make sure there isn't too much wear occurring to the site...
I had my MP3 player primed and ready to go with the only music I feel sufficiently embodies the true majesty of the ...