Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Suecia
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... nice. We made a few stops and then the guide told us where the next stop would be and we could go at our own pace and meet there. It was nice as we could walk by ourselves or with the group. We were surrounded by mountains and streams running across the paths. We reached the bottom of the Salkantay mountain it was at an altitude of 4600. Neil our guide explained about the piles of rocks that were all around. The people carry rocks up the mountain and make the piles as an offering to ...
... between us. He took our order, said it would be 25mins and ran out the door. Not sure where it was actually cooked but it was lovely. Nana naps were of order this afternoon then Luco took us to a little restaurant owned by a friend of his. John had alpaca which was really nice. I decided in something light so just had bruschetta - was very nice. I think the altitude playing on me a bit just makes makes you feel quite lethargic and not a lot ...
... As I mentioned in yesterday' s blog we slept in and after breakfast wandered the back streets of Machu Picchu town looking for "treasures" and things we do not need! We found some. The town is loaded with either small hotels, restaurants or shops; it is obviously a tourist town. Right next to the train station is a very large artisan market where there are probably over 100 booths, mostly selling the same or similar things. It was fun wandering in and out of the stalls looking ...
... with roasted Guinea Pig.....yummy
Our buffet lunch was tailored for "gringos", salads, chicken, pasta etc, etc. we missed an opportunity to try some local dishes.
After lunch another 30 minutes on the road we arrived in Ollantaytambo village, getting into town was slow as there is only one lane 2-way access road. After going through the main square and a bridge the bus dropped us at the impressive Ollantaytambo ...
... west north and south) Only the elite and nobility lived here.
There were 14 incas or leaders. Inca means children of the sun and the incas would wear gold bracelets to attract the energy from the sun. Also the wives of the incas would wear silver to reflect the moon.
The elevation is 3300m in Cusco, and there are plenty of coca leave and maca stalls in the San Pedro market in town to help with altitude and give energy.
The town is beautiful and ...