Hotel Caminos del Inca Inn

Address: Av. Caminos del Inca 3200, Lima, 33, Peru | Hotel
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    Huaca Pucllana

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 24, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... br>

    This entire site is built of adobe mud bricks. The original pyramid was smaller but from time to time they would add another platform and make it bigger and taller. The pyramid is solid, not like the Egyptian ones. And if you are from places that get lots of rain, you wonder how this survives. The answer is that it ...

    Recharging the Battery

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Sep 21, 2014

    4 photos

    ... it. All those nightbuses (six in the past 2.5 weeks) have not added to the quality of my sleep and while I would do it all over again given the choice, I am secretly happy I won't actually have to.

    And so I slept, in my lovely kingsize bed in Lima. I went through my backpack and tossed out a few things. I watched a Formula 1 race that happened two weeks ago. And I had two absolutely delicious meals in this cosy little neighbourhood I ...

    Escaping Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... seems to be the case most
    of the time, it took forever and several times I could see Spanish speaking
    passengers trying to push in front of us to get the LAN person’s attention, the
    guide just keep speaking to the LAN person and I think even body blocked

    The guide worked with LAN to organise taxi’s to the hotel. When we got to the taxi, the guide was very insistent that we have nothing in the car with us ...

    Pyramids at Pachacamac

    A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on May 10, 2014

    2 photos

    ... n River. Most of the common buildings and temples were built c. 1450-800 AD, shortly before the arrival and conquest by the Inca Empire.

    Looking around us, we saw that we were practically in the desert. There was only miles of sand and no plants or trees growing. Several of the ancient pyramids had been revealed in the archaeological dig; they were built of adobe bricks and were not true pyramids in the sense that ...

    Amantani Island sleepover

    A travel blog entry by emilyandmichele on Mar 23, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    The next stop was Amantani Island were we got to stay the night with a local family. This Island is vegetarian and car free. It was also uphill which with the altitude (4000m) was quite hard. We were all assigned to a Mama who took us to her home. We got Mama Valentina who is unmarried and quite the business woman. She had her private stash of water and handicrafts to sell to us. As we had already spent our money on the wall hanging ...

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