Las Chullpas Eco Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Chullpas Eco Lodge Urubamba
Rustic hotel lodge in a private setting at the end of a road. On the route of a hiking path to the Las Chullpas Inca ruins. Lovely adobe brick rooms with open fireplaces for heating. Pretty gardens and a fast flowing aqueduct provided a beautiful sound of running water. A lovely dining building and great food on offer. Very friendly manager and adorable pets - two dogs, a cat and an alpaca that follows you everywhere, A very restful, enjoyable stay.
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... they held them to their hearts and said thank you. It was precious. Then we walked to one of the main streets in the town and a van came and picked us up. There were 4 other college girls in the back of the van. 2 were from Massachusetts and one from California, the other lady didn't introduce herself. We had about a 45 minute car ride to the train station, and the girls in the very back would not be quiet. Really it was just one of the girls who controlled the conversations while ...
... back because there is so much to share!
The site today was called Ollantaytambo. It is considered to be one of the finest archaeological complexes in Peru. The site is filled with buildings which are perfectly timed to the equinox so that the sun shines perfectly on various parts of the site. As with so much of what we studied this year, this was a group of people who were finely in tune with nature.
From there we ...
... say enough about the great food and what could be cooked on a camp stove!
After lunch the kids headed to the waterfall for a dip to clean up. The rest stayed at camp and took a cold shower there. Really cold. Freezing. But it did feel good to get cleaned up a bit. Following, one of the porters was going to walk the adults to meet the kids at Winay Huayna ruins. When the ...
... at the campsite for lunch. As per usual, Chef Mario didn't disappoint. We feasted on soup, lightly fried chicken, rice, cheesy potatoes and a scrummy tomato salad, before heading to our tents for a well earned nap. An hour later Savi was shaking our tents - we weren't yet done for the day, we had his favourite inca site to visit! Once we were awake we headed 10 minutes round the other side of the mountain to Winay Wayña, an incredibly well preserved inca town. It was ...
... the Inca Trail for eight years now, and knows and shared so much about the Incas. Able to speak the language they spoke, Quechua, and undoubtedly with some Inca blood, as do most who live in the area, particularly those living in the countryside. Cliser is younger and newer at his trade, but is also a kind, caring and passionate person. we were incredibly well served by both of them.
So, here is the description of our climbing the Inca Trail. The photos, a large set, ...