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Not expensive, very nice employees, very good information for sightseeing tours, very nice ambience ... very recomendable!
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We were up at the crack of dawn for our 6 a.m. breakfast before heading out. En route to the "Cruz Del Condor" we visited several beautiful and typical little towns with colonial churches, gentle people selling typical needlework dresses, fabrics and all kinds of trinkets. We drove through hundreds of pre Inca terraces still in use with Andean crops of corn, quinoa and kiwicha. After about two hours we arrived ...
... to as the Temple of Wiracocha. Adjoining the temple to the north are twelve living quarters which would have housed both priests and local administrators. The living area is divided into separate squared lots the largest of which is roughly 4x6m. All have niches in their walls which might have been used for storage, though some of the niches have cover posts, suggesting they may have held sacred objects. To the eastern side of the temple are 152 round qullqas ...
... with 6 beds, so we each get an extra bed to hold our stuff and to steal blankets and pillows from.
Once we got settled, we joined the others to take a walk around the city. We went around the church and to the area we thought was the main square. We continued to the market after that. I only bought a bracelet for 5 soles.
We met everyone else at 5:30 and went out for supper. We ...