Albergue Kapuly

Left of railway station gates, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel

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Lares Valley Trek Part III

A travel blog entry by amdouet


Day 3: A Change of Pace Ode to My Grandmother Between the fall on my left knee and my right knee taking the weight of the journey down, my knees were stiff and hurting when I climbed out of the tent. I walked like my grandmother...and talked like her, too. ("Oh God. Oh, Jesus!") It's amazing what three Advil and some stretches can do. I wished I had two knee braces, but I was ready to continue by the time breakfast was over. "Sugar kills, not sheep ...

I'm a lama, lama lama duck. -Machu Picchu!!!

A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz


... easier and we marvelled at how they did it and how everything was put together. It truly is just magnificent. It's bigger than you can expect and more vast than I imagined. Along the way one of the tour guides directing a group told them that over 4,000 tourists visit Machu Picchu each day (you think they'd manage to organise it better then....) And it really is super packed on the mountain. However, we enjoyed ourselves, even stopping to have a brief nap in the glorious ...

Lares Valley Trek Part I

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... by 1 in the afternoon we couldn't wait to catch up with Pedro, Eduardo, and Fernando to try out Pedro's famous cooking. "Pacho? Or Paolo?" "It's Pedro." For some reason, Kimberly could never remember Pedro's name; but Pedro, we were told, is the best chef with SAS. After one morning of hiking, we were ready to find out if the rumor was true. Even though I have nothing to compare it to, I'd be willing to bet it is. I have never eaten so well from a ...

Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by fionamary


... a group photo we went to the main entrance to check in, use the loos and have a celebratory drink. Most people had a beer, I had a rather strong Pisco cocktail, forgetting it was before 8am because we had been up for so long already! After exploring Machu Picchu for about 3 hours we got the bus to Aguas Calientes for lunch. The bus ride was on a very windy road and it looked like we were precariously close to the edge of the mountain for the whole 30 minute journey. After lunch ...

First day in Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by fionamary


... was absolutely fascinating!!! Before leaving, we browsed through the hundreds of articles that these women had made and were selling. I was blown away by the fact that all the colours and materials were 100% natural! I also had another cup of coca tea.

Then we went to Pisaq which is an old Inca Town. It was absolutely stunning. Here our tour guide, Victor, told us about the origins, history and end of the Inca dynasty. They started at some time BC ...


This hotel, located on Left of railway station gates, Ollantaytambo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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