Casa de Campo Hotel
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At 6 we met our guide for the next 4 days, Ricardo, who told us what to bring for the trek and provided an explanation on the activities. The zip lining, in particular, intrigued us as we were expecting a relatively short activity through some trees. To our surprise Ricardo explained that that the biggest of the 5 lines was 200m high across a canyon, 450m long with speeds reached of 80kmh. The biggest in South America. Claire, with her vertigo, was worried.
... 8217;t have asked for a better day for exploring and taking pictures up there. We got some pictures from the classic spot where everyone takes photos from, and also got some pictures with llamas that are just wandering around up there. They are so comfortable with people, that you can practically give them a hug and they don’t mind. They are great for taking pictures with their faces right in front of Machu Picchu. Unfortunately for ...
Yesterday we ventured out of the 5 star pampered luxury - only took 5000 soles to get us out of bed! - and went for a wander around cusco. The sun was out and we were both feeling good so after an amazing buffet breakfast of all sorts of different foods to enjoy and amazing Peruvian coffee we wet off for our wanderings. Cusco is a beautiful city, very clean, well kept and safe. of course the economy is largely based on tourism now so that helps ...
... lively! Dancing a few and meeting new friends.
Next day, my day started at almost 1pm. (Because of the party night before) It was so much better after lunch and a great walk all over the city, this time by myself. Even when i already have been in Cusco 3 times before. The feeling of walking on the streets was wonderful. The city in fact is beautiful. So in those walking times i got into a magical place and a must stop if you got Cusco: "The Coca museum", a ...
... 1600m below us. It was very pretty, dramatic scenery, and we saw a number of condors flying overhead, some very close. Once we had looked over the river for a while we headed back to our hotel where we grabbed our packed lunch and then headed to the other side of canyon for a walk to Fortaleza La Chimpa.
It was a 2.5km walk with 1.2km altitude change, so it was steep. It was tough but we got on with it, and the views were fabulous. About 25 minutes from ...