Hostal Don Agucho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... body by cold shower then fresh clothes. Somehow, I got ready to go...it seems too early at noon. They supposed to meet me at 1PM...I decided to left a note for them that I will be at La Taberna. I ordered a grande bottle of beer...
As based, they showed up in La Taberna and they asked me if I am hungry. Yes, I am and Cory bring the planet book to show me where they want to eat "La Taberna". Not expected where we re current that building. ...
... conversations before they finally figured out that noodles contsin wheat and no, even a little bit of onion was a bad idea). Day 5 was the day we finally headed up to the infamous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu. Setting off at 4:30am with a 1:30hr uphill slog (2000 steps) we were determined to get there before the hoardes of tourists arrived. We made it as the gates opened and enjoyed an unspoiled view for a few ...
... dunes in the buggy followed by an attempt at sandboarding. Having only 1 hr to learn standing up we soon resorted to sledging down on our butts. All this excitment led to another overnight bus to the Capital of Inca land - Cusco - where we'll will stay for a cpl of weeks for more language lessons and booking the hike to maccu pichu. Transport: Huarez - Lima (8hr) - Nasca (14hr) Accom: Hopedaje Yemeya ...
... Nasca people come alive. As a civilisation, the Nascas reigned between 300BC to 600AD - before the Incas came on the scene. In that time they built Cahuaci - an ancient pilgrimage point which is still being excavated. So far the Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Moon have been fully excavated, with 35 other pyramids still sitting under the sand with undiscovered treasures waiting to be uncovered.
While you canīt get in to the pyramids, we had ...
... is terracing. The plants here are green and lush, but on the other side of the track, brown goes on as far as the eye can see. I guess this must be down to good irrigation. A few more kilometres and the collectivo throws us out by a hotel. We find there are three sets of therapeutic baths here. The hotel has one and the other two are public. We decide to check out the others, I think this is what is called searing heat and very uncomfortable. The valley basin ...