Andenes de Saphy
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Very Nice place to stay very clean and the staff is very helpful
Great Sheets by the way !!!!
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... with the buildings.
Cusco was the centre of Tahuantinsuyu, the formal name for the Inca empire, meaning the four quarters of the world, and the great royal roads to the four suyus or quarters began in the main square. There were also four gateways leading out of the city to the suyus and as we approach Cusco we passed one.
There was a network of over 14,000 ...
... at its body, still complete with teeth and nails, while eating it.
The second festival this past week was Inti Raymi, or the celebration of the Sun god. In more basic terms, Inti Raymi is like Incan Christmas. It celebrates both the winter solstice as well as the Incans' most important god, the sun. Watching Inti Raymi was like going back in time. The ceremony includes hundreds of Quechan people, led by the king ...
... sword sticking out of it, and the crowd cheered (I kept looking back at the ring every now and again for a split second out of sheer mortified curiosity). We then continued to explore Ollantaytambo. I still feel traumatised, I can't believe people actually do that for fun!!! Anyway, after a slight rest this afternoon we all went out to dinner. I had alpaca with ratatouille and mashed potato - it was divine! It's an early night tonight as we start the inca trail ...