Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... away. Such a discharge of power is always accompanied with an unbelievably load crack, and people screamed all around us. The site operators just moaned as it took out power to the whole site just as they were trying to provide lunch for some of the large tour groups.
Nomes was pestering me to do the climb at least to the Sun Gate, if not to the peak of the Machu Picchu mountain itself ... all the typical daughter arguments, "Oh c'mon Dad - a ...
... toilets in South America have this affliction- even in brand new hotels with their own sewerage systems!
Would you believe that it’s actually a cultural thing?
One of our guides confided in us that when in Europe, he just can’t get used to flushing the paper, and looks desperately around for a bin to put it in, even though he knows ...
... top, it was undoubtably worth it! The fog also seemed to clear as we arrived at the top, providing us with an unbelievable aerial view of Machu Picchu! We then began the hairy walk down, which also cause a few stomach-lurching moments but we were very proud to have reached the bottom, in the impressive time of 2 hours! After this, there were a number of achy legs so we headed into the hotel and had an amazing lunch- this was definitely well deserved! Our ...
14 June 2014
7am sharp we head off for the starting point of our trek. It is a 1.5 hour drive to our starting point and we wind our way up to Huacacasi at 4450m then down into Lares Valley and the hot springs where we enjoy a dip. It is beautiful and sunny and warm then oddly we enjoy our first trek lunch (cooked by our trek cook ?Eduardo? and our cooks assistant Nikolas in a tent in the hot spring grounds... a full cooked lunch. 5 ...
... into the ditch so saved myself injury and complete embarrassment - the body protection and helmet probably helped as well.
The biking ended in Santa Maria and it was time for lunch and rafting.
Rafting was along a level three part of the Urbamba river for around 8km. There were five or so major rapids and while some seemed pretty treacherous, the instructor knew what he was doing and you never felt out of control. In fact if anything even if it was a lot of ...