K'Uychi Punku Hostal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ollantaytambo Apr 18 The minibus was partially filled and we sat inside waiting for the last few seats to be occupied before we left Cuzco for Ollantaytambo. One lady was particularly impatient but she was English speaking and the locals tried to ignore her. She claimed that she had just travelled for 24 hours but because she was so obnoxious, she …
... time we got started after about an hour the rain cleared and the rest of the day was perfect. So lucky. What an amazing place, we walked up plenty of steps , the views from all over and particularly from the top are extraordinary one of the most spectacular places we have seen another great day ...
... To me what makes M-P spectacular is that it was built without machinery in the 15th century. The precision stonework is unbelievable and the fact that some of it is built at the hairy edge of cliffs makes it even more impressive. It turns out that Ollantay was celebrating its 141st anniversary and the town square was the center of activity. The hotel was just off the square and completely isolated due to throngs of parade participants ...
Peru has a lot of things to offer as you may have seen from our previous blog. Most of this has to do with the varied landscapes and of course the history of the Incas.
Our second blog for Peru brings us to the heartland of the Incas. By overnight bus from Arequipa we arrived in Cusco, the ancient capital of the Incas. Then a few days later we started one of the highlights of our trip, a trek along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
Cusco, Peru (14/9 to ...
... Gate with the last section a steep staircase followed by 50 steps.
Not sure what the rush was all about as there were no views of Machu Picchu this morning as the city was shrouded by cloud. There was nothing else to do but sit and pray the cloud would lift. As the sun rose in the sky, it's rays shone through the Sun Gate and onto the city. My disappointment turned to elation as glimpses of the city started to appear, then disappear then reappear again. The sun gods ...