Casa de Campo Hotel
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... the main streets or people watching. I will backtrack a little to describe our visit to an elementary school in the Urubamba District. There were two classes, one for 3-5 year olds, and another for children 6-10. There were about twenty students who are taught in both Spanish and Quechua, the local language. They sang songs for us - and we sang " You are my Sunshine" for them. We talked to each student with our very limited Quechua phrases. The school room ...
... seemed like a good place to have a drink and check out their dinner menu seeing we hadn't had any lunch. A couple of glasses of red and some Irish shepherds pie later we were as good as new for a couple of old ducks.
Tuesday 20th - We weren't too sure what to expect today as the local tour companies have always confirmed pick up times etc but they didn't have anything to do with the activity scheduled for today. Our itinerary said we'd be participating in an activity with ...
Woke up this morning at 6:15am to a cooler 10 deg C. A very nice change to the recent temperatures of the Amazon. After our buffet breakfast we meet our local guide Admil at 8:30am We travelled to Inca ruins of Tambomachay, Q'enqo, Saqsaywaman (English translation Sexy woman) & Qorikancha. On our travels we saw a number of Alpacas, Lima & local wildlife Comment of the ...
There's something strange, but awesome, about having breakfast in one city and dinner in another, especially when you're in a foreign country. I thought waking up in Romford and going to bed in Axminster was exciting enough, I suppose on this trip it is never going to get old... As we started day two, we left our B and B (with the BIGGEST double bed ever - we woke up this morning a mile or so apart) in Peru's capital, Lima, and arrived in Cusco early this afternoon. The ...
On our way from Cusco to Ollantaytambo we had a quick photo stop at the Christ statue overlooking Cusco. We visited a local village and helped the women sort the beans, followed by a traditional lunch of potatoes, corn soup and chicken with quinoa. The ladies also gave a quick demonstration of their textile handicrafts. In Ollantaytambo we saw the inca ruins and the group got their first test of stairs at ...