Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... Marco and Wilfredo were very very good. 5. A beautiful Plaza de Armas and city by night, with lots of history. 6. Peruvian food. Lots of fruit for breakfast, freshly squeezed juice for next to nothing, loads of panaderias and pastelerias, whole torta mora for five soles, Anis tea. Yes please. Things we don't like about Cusco. 1. The pollution outside the centre of town. By far the least polluted town we've ...
... have to make a decision based on online reviews and prioritizing what's important to you. They all essentially offer the same 4 day trek to Machu Picchu. Some are a little longer or include extras like a tour of Cusco. Some are ridiculously overpriced (G Adventures, that reference was for you!) and some seem too cheap to believe that the porters are in fact being paid a fair wage. We were aiming for somewhere in the middle, with an emphasis on a unique experience. Most of you know ...
... village overrun with tourism.
From there it was a half hour bus ride up the mountain side to my final destination. The scenery as we climbed higher and higher was breathtaking. Vertical cliff faces covered in grass jutting bluntly from the earth, towering magnificently above on all sides.
Arriving at the gates to Machu Piccchu I'm greeted buy hordes of tourists. Mostly American. Mostly rich. If it were real, I'd imagine this is what the entrance ...
... of the city below, which had since been colonised by the Spanish - Inca foundations and Spanish living quarters. The Spanish didn't understand that they were building in an earthquake zone however, so many of their buildings have had to be rebuilt from scratch, whereas the Inca-made buildings are standing strong 600 years after being built. The rest of the group headed back to Cuscô, whilst Alex and I stayed in a homestay ...
... rivers, valleys, escarpments, birds, flowers and butterflies - all of which attest to the true power of the Universe - the Creator of heaven and earth, this God that Paul introduced to the Athenians when he marked all their altars to the various deities of the pagan world.
Oh - and the brewing storm clouds!! Occasionally during our tour there was a distant clap of thunder, but the sun was still shining and it was seriously hot - a touch of ...