Hotel Agusto's Urubamba
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... along the high trails, passing through a tunnel & past a tower. I had to climb up into the tower, of course. When we reached the "religious sector" of the ruins, I entered one of the individual ruins & I could detect a sound frequency in that room. Jorge said they were each attuned to the frequencies of the various star systems (Pleiades, etc.) The energy in each of the ...
... group splitting as everyone fought for oxygen; we were briefly treated to a flat area where we rested before hitting the beast of a slope ahead of us. We all trudged up the final 200m, walking at altitude is tough, but with short breaks anything is possible, we hit the summit of the pass at 4650m where we had amazingly incredible clear views of Salkantay mountain and the valley below, we were waaay above the clouds below, awesome! After snacks, photos and group banter we ...
Mum and I wake early and bathe in the hot pools (43 and 37) from 5:45am until nearly 7am. Sam, Phil and Paul also have a soak. In the open door, unisex changing cubicles I turn around to notice a young Peruvian boy unashamedly staring in at the girls undressing. We change (clean hair, dry and warm, wow!), pack up our stuff then it's breakfast at 7:30am - pancakes with toffee sauce, sugar ...
... t describe the poetry of the moment. Afterward we were treated to another scrumptious meal of squash soup and lasagna. Ah, then to a blessed sleep to prepare for today's stroll thru Urubamba's open air market and a ceremony at the Great Huanca of the Serpent. Tomorrow will be Machu Picchu. The market was like every third world market with abundant produce, as well as every other good you might need from clothing to household ...
... Dalmiro!!! He tricked us...we took a few more steps, only to make a turn and catch the first view of our beautiful lodge...Salkantay Lodge, that would be our home for the next two nights. It was definitely a sight for sore eyes!!!! We were all so very happy to be there!! Upon entering the lodge, we were greeted with warm towels for our face and hands as well as some not mint tea..mmmm We were assigned our rooms and all headed to our little ...
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