Hatun Wasi Urubamba
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Great rustic- villa feeling hotel with very accomodating staff.
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Alarms went off at 4:30am. The day is finally here to visit Machu Picchu. With the sound of Urubamba river rushing by our window we got ready for breakfast. Somehow we managed to get to the bus queue (which was already about 100 people deep) for 5:20. Then we were told we would have to go an buy tickets from a different area, which was a blow to our early plan. Luckily Teresa could wait in line, and we were off being rushed up the mountain ...
... of a Sharman – a local medicine doctor.
This lodge was amazing – a rustic complex with adobe brick cottages dotted amongst wild gardens with an ancient aquaduct built by the Incas running along the boundary. Melted snow from the mountain above was rushing along the aquaduct, the sound adding to the wonder of
this property. I met Nancy the manager, and was introduced to Lola and Julietta the resident ...
... where the hospital was in town and so at a snail pace I set off for that thinking that in this state the prospect of a train and a bus back to Cusco was near to impossible. Assisted by a passerby-er I staggered into the hospital/clinic. Thank God I went to Spanish school because they spoke no English and I had to explain the whole history (in the present tense!).
They gave me two injections (diclofenac and gentamicin) and told me ...
... every laboured breath.
We arrived back down to the check point at 1030 and continued to enjoy the historic site. We followed the Inca trail towards the Sun Gate. At every angle the views were spectacular. We decided that since we still had time we would hike back down to our hotel. After 5 minutes into it I was second guessing as it was ...
... last night he disappeared from the table for quite a while and after, when a couple of us were leaving the restaurant, he was outside playing with some little Peruvian kids. We talked to them for a while and then left and started walking down an alley and a couple minutes later we hear Eddie yell for us so we turned around to see him marching as if he's in in a marching band and he yells down the street "I'm like the pied piper right now" and these ...