Hostal Don Agucho
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So after the great walk up to Machu Picchu, we deserved some time off from moving so we could catch up on our sleep. When we returned to Cusco we checked into a hostel called Milhouse. It was just what we needed, chilled and comfortable. When we woke the next day we found out the town of Cusco was in Lock down! No bus's in, no bus's out. The whole country was on a 48 hour strike. We found ourselves stuck for 2 days to wait ...
... a taxi in the dark to somewhere we dont know... We picked up our bags and could hear someone calling 'Amie Gazzard, Amie Gazzard'... Neither of us knew who it was but went outside the bus station where taxi drivers collected to pounce on tourists. It turned out it was the guy from our hostel and he came to pick us up beause it was a late arrival! We didn't even know he was coming, how sweet. Once we had settled into our room, we ...
... see. Some of the mummies had dreadlocks that wrapped around their waists. This was a sign of importance in society. The tombs were also left opened, with walls built higher around them to try to minimise the effects of the desert winds, however the mummies continue to deteriorate in the conditions. We finished our day with a swim in the hotel pool, a bottle of rum shared by Justin and Bachir and some cards before our night bus to ...
The whole crew from Loki decided to head to the ballestas islands but Jenny and I didn't want to go again so we boarded a bus to nasca to get a glimpse of the nasca lines, and also go and visit the worlds highest sand dune- Cerro blanco at 2078m. On the bus on the way there, after seeing some planes flying over the lines, and only being able to see tiny pieces of things I couldn't make out, I decided that maybe it would be something ...
... side of the monkey. Poppo liked the hummingbird and the view of the barrenness of the land. Though there is argument on what the lines were all about our Peruvian friend said they were a combination of drawings to denote different seasons so as to alert people when they had to do certain things and gifts to the Gods........certainly better than virgins and warriors.
In the afternoon we went on our own little tour to some Inca ruins where the walls built strong and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility