Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... the cooks. This is their favourite part of the trek and a big reason why they do it. I certainly hope they get paid a decent wage for the work they do. I don't know how you determine what that would be. As a tourist who knows how challenging this trek is and have seen first hand how hard these porters work, I'm not sure any set amount is enough. But I don't have endless pockets and I still have another month in South America. We did give more than was recommended and I think they ...
... trees, animal noises, birds singing and lots, lots of mosquitos. Briefly said; we were walking in paradise astonished how everything around us could change in what seemed to be a heartbeat. It was an easy and very enjoyable hike going up and down with lots to see and time to relax. 5 hours later we arrived at a camp were we ate and then took a bus to Santa Teresa. Santa Teresa meant two things: ...
... lost itself in the valley, in the beginning only waft, then the site completely vanished behind a white wall - the contast of the rich deepgreen nature was stunning and had something magical.
Hunderts of mobile cameras on fire -
Hunderts of Instigram selfies in production...
The alpha jaguar was an enthusiastic guide, in those two hours I have heard many interesting facts. As far as I am not here to teach you all ...
... of alpacas, horses and a couple of dogs as well as a local Andean community nearby in stone huts - and who obviously bear this weather and worse throughout the year. Made of stronger stuff than me that's for sure, it was very eye-opening. On our third day we got up for breakfast at 7am; each morning our wake up call would be Marco bringing us coca tea to our sleeping bags! We were treated very well. We then had about 45 minutes to get moving and pack up our things ...
... cars, people, houses unfinished, noises, it really looked third world. Luckily we didn't stop there. I do need to explain these houses unfinished in Peru, apparently you pay less tax if your house is still being built..dum idea because all of Peru is full of houses with reinforcing steel poking out the top ready for when they build the second story 'yea right'.
I also continue to not understand this wandering dog thing. They really ...