Andenes de Saphy
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... t understand when they were speaking Spanish trying to tell us what was going on..oh well we had 2 Peruvians on our team so I trusted they knew what was going on. After about 2 hours we got tired and ended the game, we definitely own but weren't too concerned about getting our 3 soles. During the game several people who apparently just go to the park and bet on soccer games were betting on ours as well. I don't think they bet ...
... imagine nearly finishing and
messing it up, it would be awful!
We did glean from the museum that
the Incas only ruled for around 300 years – from around 1200 to 1532 when the
Spanish invaded. There were two Inca kings at that time, brothers, one who
ruled the North and one who ruled the South. They had a civil war and the
Southern one was killed, leaving Attahuallpa as the last king. It was only 18
months later that the Spanish landed and ...
Breakfast was served at a sharp 0540 - pancakes, quinoa porridge, tea, jam, tea - the usual - everyone dressed much warmer than the day previous. The fog descended to a low hover around the campsite and the cold air didn't exactly get us excited for a 16km day. My cold - in full bloom - had progressed further to my throat making me no so giddy about the early hours or the hike.
A + I tried to sneak our way into not having to carry the sleeping bag by opting to carry ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndenes de Saphy Cusco
Very Nice place to stay very clean and the staff is very helpful
Great Sheets by the way !!!!
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