Incama Hostel Cusco
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... fresh. The next day we took advantage of the free walking tour, which nearly killed me as we started off with about a couple of hundred steps through the old city (no, I'm not exaggerating). We were then picked up by a bus that took us to, yet some more ruins and a place to buy more alpaca jumpers (they are everywhere). The best bit was making friends with some other travellers, and we ended up having dinner with them at cusco only Indian restaurant. ...
... and playing (almost beating!) Ric at ping pong next door. The next day, we caught an 18 hour bus down to Lima. With all these long buses, we decided to take a cheap flight from Lima to Cusco instead of 24 hours on a dangerous route (buses are often stopped and robbed). I guess itīs sort of ironic as by deciding to do this and therefore staying close to the airport, we were robbed. Another guest broke into our room, went through all our things and took our ...
An early start...up at 4:45am with some coca tea and we had left our accommodation just after six. We had an eight hour trek ahead of us which would involve ascending over one thousand meters. The highest point we reached was approximately ...
... for free if we wanted. The cathedral has a Last Supper painting showing them eating guinea pig, and they have the local big breads on the table.
We moved up the hillside towards Plazoleta de las Nazarenas with a few fancy hotels surrounding it. Kings, queens and celebrities have all stayed in the area, probably being the only ones who can afford the US$ 1,000 a night rates. It is said that Mick Jagger spent US$ 8 million on his trip, ...
... once the sun appeared, looked like gold snaking it's way down the valley.
Rachel made porridge for breakfast - this was probably the best porridge I've eaten, due to the setting and the need for something warm!!! After packing up, we began what was to be my favourite drive!
Due to the altitude Tortuga was not herself this morning! Her first task was ...