Belmond Palacio Nazarenas
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Love it! Great rooms and appointments. Our room is strikingly beautiful and overlooks a beautiful garden terrace. Highly recommend.
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We arrived very late to our hotel in Cusco, truly exhausted from our day at Machu Picchu – the great news: our hotel, Palacio Nazarenas, had oxygenated rooms!! So we slept very well. We watched just a few minutes of the Olympics and fell over!
In the morning, Jimmy came to pick us up late – 10: …
... We got a coffee and a muffin in board and bounced along the track. On arrival at Machu Picchu township we boarded a bus up to the ruins. This was a 20 minute bumpy ride which was an adventure in itself, the road was in very bad condition considering they have 3,000 visitors per day. On arrival it was drizzling and visibility was poor.. so we had no wow factor. Our guide did a trip around the ruins which wasn't much fun ...
My latest exploration in the city of Cusco was to the old Incan ruins of Moray and national Maras salt mines. Moray lies about an hour and a half outside of Cusco, above the Sacred Valley. Moray is an exhibition of Incan architecture and agriculture. Essentially, it is a perfectly circular spiral of descending levels, or terraces, used to control climate in order to grow crops. For example, the lower levels, at ...
... a single soul along the trek (other than the odd local villagers here and there along the way). It was like we had the whole mountain to ourselves (something which I know you don't experience on the Inca Trail, given how busy the trek is). The effects of the altitude kept us quite short of breath throughout most of the trek, especially on Day 2 in our effort to conquer the steep ascend to our first and second pass. We also suffered mild head aches, and I had a little blood nose ...
The past couple days have been a little less uneventful than most. Our group has been at the Villa Carmen for a week and a half and we leave the station this Friday, so our research projects are winding down and people are working on their presentations. We've had a few seminars from volunteers and other workers at the field station about social insects, a biochar that increases the strength of the soil at the ...