Hatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHatuchay Hotel - Machu Picchu Aguas Calientes
We had a nice room with a balcony overlooking the river. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Dinner and breakfast were adequate. It was an easy walk to the bus station.
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... of the trail to be the most challenging. It was a long uneven descent mostly constructed of uneven stairs with the occasional loose rock. This was where the porters started overtaking us as they pretty much ran down the whole thing. Dominica also moved from slightly behind team wide brim to way in front as she preferred the porter approach to stairs given she didn't have hiking poles. After lunch it started raining. We had to stand and listen to Raul talk about some runes while ...
... rain and fog. Breakfast was quick to get us on the trail. There were two inclines before lunch, passing ruins that were barely visible, Runkuraqay and Sayacmarca, and the rain did not relent. I was truly miserable, I don't think I've ever been so cold in all my life. At lunch we sat in the tent shivering with steam coming off us. We used our soup bowls as hand and leg warmers. Usually there is a bit of chill-out time after lunch, but some of us decided to just get back on the trail ...
... very early at 4.30am. The first buses from the town up the mountain to Macchu Picchu start at 5.30am to get you there when it opens at 6, but the queue for the bus starts at least an hour before as lots of eager beavers like us want to be the first into the site.
We make it up the mountain in the 2nd bus and already there is quite a queue forming at the entrance. Unfortunately, the weather is grey and miserable, it's raining and we can't even see the incredible view of the Inca ...