Del Prado Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... into three sections. Three people went on their own to the top. The majority of the group went with a guide to many levels, but not to the top, and three people, including John, went with a second guide to the less difficult routes. The guide for the latter group was so helpful to John and made it possible for him to have a great experience. After the return ride, we had a very late lunch and a two hour ride to Cusco, arriving after dark. It was along day, but quite ...
... A group of mothers was initially taught how to do handicrafts and now meet twice a week to make stuff to sell at markets. Year two kids sit a national test and kids from this small school topped all the schools with their results so the Government gave them smartboards for the classrooms. We took a few photos then visited some of the classrooms, had a tour of the greenhouses, and spoke to two young Aussie brothers who are volunteering there at the moment.
When we left there ...
... Arial, sans-serif; font-size: medium; line-height: 22.4px;">I had a very leisurely morning then headed to meet up with a German girl whom we met in Ollantataymbo hostel. Today's activities started with a visit to Cusco's Basilica church, it was quite impressive as almost every altar is covered with gold and not an inch left of space was left. You can't help but imagine how rich this country once was.
The spanish tried to infuse christianity to the incas ...
... to host Peregrine groups for lunch. Our hotel in Ollantaytambo was very cute, with a lovely courtyard garden. In the afternoon time to explore the Ollantaytambo ruins, an amazing prelude to Machu Pichu and a test of the legs. After a good night's sleep time this morning to explore the town proper, markets and also climb to part of the ruins on the other side of town. ...
... don't go. We made it. And we filed onto the busses and off we went to the Saqsayhuaman. There are alpacas that live there, wandering around. Well, when we got there, three of them were going a mating dance. The crowd made a few good jokes. The female was holding her own, though, and I'm not sure how it ended. When we saw them again coming back to the parkinglot they were all munching grass in the shade like nothing happened. Back into the busses we go, and we check out ...