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... each and would include entrance to Machu Picchu and the cost of bus from Machu Picchu village to I'm Machu Picchu which we established layer was about $ 200 more than we needed to spend. After lots of argument around price we eventually stormed out the office and hit back into our cab and then decided the quickest way to get to the train station in Ollantaytambo as this is only way to get to Machu Picchu village apart from trekking in which you need a guide. The cab cost 300 ...
... so there'll be no public transport, and some businesses and museums will also be closed. The strike is to protest against the Government's plan to privatise all archaeological sites. We had a cup of coffee on a balcony overlooking the Main Square and did some people watching, all very pleasant, then visited a museum on the way back to the hotel where we cleaned up and went out for dinner. We went to a restaurant called Limo, recommended by locals, where we had pork belly and ...
... was actually SUPER hard..I have now high respect of this music as its not evident how difficult to play it until you try one..
We finished the day with a pisco sour (local drink) tasting lesson with a nice view of Cusco. I came back to the hotel quite happy withnmy full day ofvcultural activities and couldnt wait for the next day.
I got woken up by the rain ...
... First, he took us to the San Pedro market. He showed us round, pointing out various popular food stalls. He took us to a shaman stall where he told us to buy a bottle of Agua de Florida, as the smell helps with altitude sickness. He then took us to a place just outside the market to buy a big bag of coca leaves. We returned to the market and tried a couple of different fruits before heading to the restaurant. Once we were wearing our apron and chef hat, Pepe ...
... are still as friendly, and forgot how easy it was to feel at home in this city.
In order to get back into the swing of things with my Spanish, I have enrolled myself once again in 'Latinoamericana Spanish School’ for a week. However, the taxi driver did comment on my language skills by saying "Habla espaņol muy bueno, como un local!" (You speak Spanish well, like a local!) This gave me a boost of confidence to start ...