Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... charcoal grey uniforms and went about their work with courtesy, efficiency and enthusiasm.
As you would expect for those going to a UNESCO World Heritage site, our fellow passengers were from a wide mix of countries though most seemed to be from neighbouring South American countries (the nearest to us were from Brazil and Colombia) and from North America - there were few Europeans. Once we reached the site another common ...
... carry on waking everyone else up with them. Eventually Phil and Bjorn were moved elsewhere (I'm not sure where) and we fell back asleep...sort of. I'm pretty sure I spent the next few hours tossing and turning, and every now and then struggling with the worst sulfur tasting burps I've ever experienced. I normally wouldn't go into this much detail but I'm trying to garner some sympathy for the next 24 hours of my life. Apparently Bre was afraid I would copy Phil ...
... most helpful of staff. After speaking to them for a while they finally let me just pay at the end of my stay. Now it just so happens i set up skype yesterday so i decided to try call my bank with that but needed skype credit. This is done via itunes and my itunes is linked to my card thats blocked however it let me add credit which is strange. The internet at the hostel isnt the greatest so when i phone the bank they can hardly hear me so im sitting in the courtyard shouting my head ...
... Although the photos provide a good indication of the sight, there's nothing quite like seeing it in person, with the sun only recently up and few tourists yet having reached their destination, it was an impressively large and magical sight. For those who aren't aware of the history, it's thought the city was home to one of the Kings of inca times and was an important ceremonial centre that was not only deserted when the spaniards invaded, but also not uncovered by them.
... to Richard's pre-tour introduction, the thick clouds began to clear. Beneath them lay the ancient ruins - just like the pictures, I thought to myself.
As the clouds completely lifted, I noticed the bold green turf of the terraces that crawled up the mountain side to the guard house that looked over the ruins. As we climbed up the Machu Picchu mountain (because our 5 day-long trek just wasn't hardcore enough) the ingenuity ...