Del Prado Inn
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... thought someone had thrown a rock at me so turned around ... No one was behind me... Next thing golf sized hail began to pelt down! It hurt..ALOT! Two other girls started screaming spooking their horses, once I calmed them down their horses stood still, but the hail continued to up get worse. Next thing we were told to get off as none of the horses were happy... By this time the hail was massive and very painful the guide told us to run ...
... after this but still not 100%. A little along the road and i got worse again. This really sucks like, its not the best for having on a bus thats gonna take 12 hours to reach your destination. I spent our entire lunch stop sittin on the restaurants pooper. Laid another bag full of brown marbles which felt even better than the time before. I did think i could hear like a water leak when i was sitting there ...
... for a report. Now later than planned we made off for what we had hoped to be the last leg of the journey, with the knowledge that we would have to put I at a small local hostel on the way. Now we have started to enter the real tourist region. We hit Curahuasi just as darkness is falling. We find a good hostel for only 80 soles for two rooms, but again there are lots of stairs. The MT is tucked safely up in the back yard, next to the ...
Rain stopped this morning, howler monkeys active again. The jungle is definitely not quiet there is always a background sound of whistling, chirping, and numerous bird sounds. Back to the boat and the bus to take us to the airport. Only 35 minute journey to Cuzco. Met again at the airport and taken to hotel which is in the centre of Cuzco. After the jungle it seems strange to have shops, wifi that does not take hours to load, ...
... is not just the awesome set of fortress ruins on one side of the valley or the cool ruins of barracks on the other but the fact that the entire town in built upon Incan ruins of their city. There are signs of the past all over the town. Current houses, stores and hostels sit atop the once used houses of the Inca. The cobbled streets, narrow alley ways and amazing irrigation system that runs fresh water through out the ...