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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... jusqu'au "Cristo Blanco", le sommet d'une montagne qui surplombe Cusco et avec certaines ruines Inca. À pied, nous sommes ensuite descendus vers le centre historique. Après quelques photos, nous nous dirigeons vers la bureau du gouvernement péruvien pour acheter nos billets. Nous n'avons pas été en mesure d'acheter les tickets pour l'accès complet incluant la montagne en face et un temple en plus du site archéologique. Nous ...
... t go into too much detail but the events leading up to the low were: a dark, damp, freezing cold bedroom with one tiny window overlooking a brick wall; me in and out of the toilet all night with an upset stomach; me and Nigel in and out of the toilet all the following morning with upset stomachs; showering in cold water; a toilet roll shortage; a power cut at lunchtime which plunged our room into darkness (for the entire day) and meant we needed to put a head torch on each time ...
... a few hours the doctor concluded that she had a parasite and put her on a course of anti biotics and a drip. She was also confined to the clinic whilst the rest of us headed off to Sacred Valley. This was terribly sad news for after being robbed after just landing in Peru she was now in a hospital bed.
Larry, Janet, myself and Dad headed off to Sacred Valley and visited the substantial Inca ruins and market in the town of Pisac, the village and ...