Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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... ultimate destination, Machu Picchu, lies about 75 miles away, and we will not be there for a couple of days. The weather here is cooler, but not cold, with daytime temps in the 50s and 60s, depending on altitude. The Andes so far look nothing like the Rockies - no rocks and no snow, at least not yet. The only thing I've seen like them is in Hawaii; they are very steep with pointed peaks and cloaked in greenery. (It's the rainy season.) They ...
... výká sušené koka listy, z toho samého důvodu. Prodávají se skoro všude a to samé jsme viděli v Bolívii. Také se tu pěstuji kávové bobule, prý třetí nejlepší na světě. Viděli jsme plno banánových palem a dalšího ovoce. Pro mne bylo zajímavé, ze se plno věci pěstuje pohromadě, například mezi banánovníky mas keříky kávy, koky a jiné rostliny než mít oddělené pole pro každou plodinu. Také ...
... towards the train station, I noticed we were trailing an older moustachioed gentleman by 5 or 6 paces.
As we neared the train station there were huge queues, queues at the different train operators ticket desks probably a few hundred long. We felt quietly chuffed to have printed out our tickets on mums printer a week or so ago.
We located our carriage and waited outside until they were ready to let us on. Shortly after we found our carriage the moustachioed chap also ...
... this site, the path was much nice heading to the lunch area. Original Inca. Soon after leaving Sayacmarka we found a family of Llamas! At this point it was just me and the guide Augosto and we got some great pictures with them! He also told me how they got their meaning. When the Spaniards arrived in Peru they asked '¿Como te llama?' which means what's your name. The Incas hadn't named them, so from then on they were called Llamas! The path to lunch was very interesting ...
... 18-20 groups of close to 500 people). There were two unisex toilets near us and as you can imagine their condition began to degrade the more they were used. At 4:00am, I waited with two kids and their mom from Seattle feeling nauseous and trying not to puke on them, for my turn to use a bathroom with a wall covered 4 feet high in diarrhea. Apparently someone else was feeling sick.....recalling this just makes me shudder. To top it off, there was a 6 inch cicada ...