Hostal Don Agucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A group of us went early to the airport for a flight over the Nazca lines. Ancient Inca lines carved into the ground very large in size. A memorable experience first trying to spot the lines and then admiring the detail and scale of what these people had carved without any modern devices to know it was being constructed correctly. Met the others in town once we'd returned to buy supplies ...
... times. Now there are only a dozen open for viewing. These were almost exclusively women and babies. Some of the babies died of natural causes, others had been sacrificed for the good of the community. It's easy to tell which is which because the sacrifices all had their heads missing since it was the head that was sacrificed to the gods.
All of the graves had been robbed. And littered over the grounds were ancient ...
... give these islands a pass but fate forced us and we managed to see yet another penguin species (gotta collect them all!): the Humboldt Penguin. A rather small penguin it's most powerful trait is the sheer pride all the Peruvians on the boat shouted it's name with when asked what it was by the tour guide.
After a solid lunch ...
... etc. The plane was teeny tiny and only fits 5 passengers. It was a also very bumpy and not recommended for those afraid of flying, there were tears behind us.
We returned back to town with 25 mins before our 10 hour bus to Arequipa and hurriedly threw some food into our faceholes but it turned out our bus had broken down so we had 30 mins to spare while they found a replacement and we found some ...
... a set of salt pans each for 6 months) & it made a change from looking at piles of old stones. During our last week in Cusco we headed up to Sacsaywaman (or sexywoman in gringo language), an old incan fortress captured by the Spanish in 1536. Leaving home at 5am meant we had the place to ourselves and being on a travel budget, snuck in for free. It's been great spending some time in one place, but Cusco is rather polluted and our lungs will appreciate moving onto ...