Eco Andina Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Hola, hoy lunes 9 de noviembre, va a ser un día duro, desde Ayacucho a Urubamba en el Valle Sagrado de los Incas, partímos no muy bien udormimos mal, el Hotel tenía pésima aislacionm de los ruidos exteriores y ya a las 3.50 partió el movimiento, ruido de motores, lluvia y la bocina que es mas utilizada que el señalizador por parte de los peruanos, …
... time). After lunch we had the option of white water rafting but it didn't look great so we, along with most of the group, spent the afternoon in the restaurant having a few drinks. A short bus journey and a difficult uphill walk in the dark and rain later, we arrived at the jungle lodge we were to call home for the night. We were up and having breakfast before 8.00 next day, in the company of the pet dogs, coati and parrot, and had left for the start ...
... the face this week! And nearly after calling it a day because the strain in my tendon and the bruised toe which clearly means I will be losing a toe nail, I made myself do the one final trek of Machu Picchu...the Sun Gate. Up 45 minutes and doooowwwwn 45 minutes. But I did it...I did it all. And you were with me. Thank you all for encouraging me, believing in me and convincing me. I conquered so much more than 4630m, I conquered believing I can do less than I actually can. What an ...
... 3 in the morning, struggling to pull themselves out of their warm beds in the freezing weather, and pack for a five day trek culminating in the arrival at sunrise to this ancient site. We have to be outside by 4am, where a van will pick us up and take us to the trailhead of the Salkantay trek. In the bleary eyed confusion of the early morning I forget to pack my brand new thermals, and spend the next five days kicking myself over it in the chilly nights and high altitudes I ...
... of the bridge, which is lovely to see nature's opportunistic side. The walk up hill to the hotel is wearing me out, and the incessant popping of mu right ear, which hadn't been normal since the flight from Lima as now been duplicated by the popping in my left ear. Rather spend the next half of my holiday getting progressively deafer, I ask the hotel receptionist to recommend a doctor. Next stop is up the top of town, within sight of the luxurious Inka ...