Andean South Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... But we were out on the runway and taking off only an hour later. Although I can see why people lose their **** when they're stuck on the tarmac for hours. After an hour you're getting bored (unless you're updating your blog or playing games on the iPad...) and it starts to get a little claustrophobic. We made it safe and sound to Lima, and the plus side was that we now only had a 5 hour layover... In an airport with no free wifi.. Thank goodness for Starbucks and their free ...
... too many out the door without buying. No problems there - read above - I am a soft touch. The valley is amazing. It is only about 1/2 km wide and many miles long. Beautiful fertile land and the farmers are still using the terraces that the Incas used in the 1500s. We then returned to Urubamba and had lunch (4.00 pm) at a local's house. Three simple courses which were very nice and a drink made from purple corn, strawberries and cinnamon - very ...
... and breathing issues didn't stop me from walking up the Christo Blanco (white Chris) statue. The view was worth the effort. The statue is huge and is lit up at night, which you can see it for miles. It reminds me of the Buddha statues that are all over Myanmar. They are the key focal point for all to see and be reminded of one's religious spiritul beliefts.
Seeing the stone walls built by the Incas was pretty amazing. And seeing how they have stood the test of ...
Peru. Breath taking. Magnificient mountains. Can I describe at all! Come and experience for yourself. A beautiful country ruled once by Inca but destroyed by Spaniards. Its kinda disturbing how someone attacks your beautiful home! Its mindblowing how with utter perfection, the Incas have created temples and palaces in caves of mountains In my trip to sacred valley, met Stewart dai from Idaho. We spoke a lot of Nepali ...
... mother-earth; secondly, they were used as an agricultural research station. The salt ponds of Maras were extensive and provide some income to the local community.
Our bus lost 2nd gear in the middle of nowhere so after driving to the nearest village in 1st we spent a pleasant time wandering around real Peru – a place of no tourists – whilst waiting for a replacement bus. Many houses had carved stone doorways which ...