Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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Day two . Tuesday 3 November ( no holiday for the cup here)
As we are in the sacred valley of the incas we are taken on a private tour of an archaeological terraced Temple of the Sun at Ollantaytambo which involved some climbing .Very interesting how they build such heavy structures with man power alone in about 1100. The mind boggles at the extent of masonry carried out ...
... a tour and spoke about the history of the Incan civilization, we had some free time to wander the ruins ourselves before catching a bus down to the nearest town. We had lunch with our group before catching a train the heck outta there. After the train, we took another bus back to Cusco where we crashed hard. What an amazing experience the past 4 days has been... we struggled a lot and at times it seemed like we couldn't do it - but we did! And it was SO worth it ...
... red it is. Two glasses in and I'm drunk, we have found out that altitude, wine and Bobbie do not seem to mix so off to bed I go. Day 1: It's a early rise the next day as we meet our group and board our bus for our day of sightseeing. We travel through the Scared Valley of the Incas making stops along the way and listening to our educated guide Obi tell us all about this fascinating culture. We arrive at the Ccaccaccollo community and the local women show us how they use all ...
... previously at other sites, signified the importance of the building. This was also one of the few buildings which was two story. Carlos pointed out that all of the walls of the buildings of the city leaned inwards - the Incas did this to earthquake proof the buildings. The corners of buildings, the strongest points, would take most of the force of any earthquake and as a result the site has survived two level eight earthquakes with limited damage. We then proceeded ...
... Took what felt like forever to climb it, 2 hours or so. But once I got my rhythm going it was ok, I just felt heaps sick and took an Imodium. Then we checked out an inca site and journeyed to the bathroom spot! Today the scenery was unreal. Trekking through parts of the Amazon, and literally walking in the clouds. It was pretty great I gotta say. The journey to lunch was my ...