Hostal Madre Tierra
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... tour with the company were volunteering through. They showed us lots of restaurants and some areas I would have never checked out but we're really neat. There's one area where there are a bunch of bakeries and restaurants that are all not for profit. They donate everything back to orphanages and other projects within the community. They also warned us about the radiation from the sun. Because we're so high the sun is really strong. So even though it's cloudy ...
... incredible construction of the stones wall. Those are accurately mixed angles stones. Very shocked for long centuries and still today.
7. Saqsayhaman - paid S/.70 (27.30CAD) for the four partial surroundings outside of Cusco.
It is to 2km of Cusco. The origin of Saqsayhuaman is uncertain, it's construction is attributed to the period of Inca Pachacuteq who used more than 20,000 men in its construction for about 50 years. The biggest stone measures 8.5 mts. ...
... chance. The tour was very good (more in next blog) so we even went back into their office afterwards to give them positive feedback on the service which they had given (we heard some horror stories about other tour companies!). During our time on the Peru hop tour, we got to meet some great people and in particular, a couple from America. Their names were Kim and Alisha and we didn't realise that Cusco would be the start of us travelling together for several weeks (your introduction ...
... wanted to see this from my reading about Peru so took up the boat trip which was about one and a half hours, and was so happy to get to see penguins in the wild. Hangover = cured. In the afternoon I visited the 'Natural Reserve of Paracas' which is essentially a sand-covered peninsula which extends for miles and miles with beautiful views of the ocean. Then in the evening I went to my hostel and pretty much crashed out and caught up on sleep. I woke up the next day and realised ...
... cured by the lime. A little sketchy but none of us got sick, so we'll consider that a win. After that we walked down the street to a chocolate museum/factory and sampled some Peruvian chocolate and ordered hot chocolates and split some chocolate cake. Just the treat we needed after the bus! After that, I went to change into some warmer clothes (it's cold in Peru!) and Kathleen, Stephanie, and I went to get some pisco sours, the national drink of Peru. They were ...