Hotel Munay Tika

Av. Ferrocarril Nº 118, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
 

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Lares Valley Trek Part III

A travel blog entry by amdouet

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... muscles. We stayed in for as long as we could (5-10 ish minutes) before moving to one of the cooler though still warm pools. After our hot springs dip it was time for our last meal by Pedro (and he outdid himself - yum, yum!) and farewells to the camp crew. Freddy was with us until the end and Caesar was getting us to the train station. We survived the mountain but would we survive the drive to the train station? For once we were ready on time but ...

Mucho Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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In the annals of human history, it's difficult to find a parallel to Machu Picchu and the mysterious stone masons of the Quechua people, known by posterity as the Incas. The "Inca" was actually the ruling family or king of the race of people called the Quechua, but because this mysterious South American culture became know to the world through the lens of Spanish conquistadors and Dominican friars, the culture ...

Pushing on the trail

A travel blog entry by chris_farr

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... a clear view of it, give or take a few clouds now and again. The food always was superb and we ate hungrily. Justino told us that we had broken the back of there day and there was only an hour and a half until camp. We left the lunch spot around two heading through an undulating pathway which would lead us to the top of the third and final pass of the trail. The vegetation became more and more rainforest like as we walked, with bamboo now growing next to the paths. ...

Hiking the Andes

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane

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Our 4 day trek that took us 48km through the Andean Mountains and our finishing point, Machu Picchu. We did a community trek, which is a unique trekking route through breathtaking (literally) and unspoilt Andean scenery. We walked ancient Inca trails and stayed with local communities as part of a project to help the communities generate income, support education and environmental sustainability.

Day 1: Our first stop was Sacsayhuaman ruins. There are ...

Week 4: Cusco, Machu Picchu & Arequipa, Peru

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally

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Hola! The first half of this week seemed to be all about the Inca's, with our tour of the Sacred Valley of the Inca's on Monday and then Machu Picchu on Wednesday. The Sacred Valley tour was a full day visiting the archaeological ruins at Pisac and Ollantaytambo, walking through plenty of markets, and seeing a demonstration in Chincheros of how they turn alpaca wool into handmade sweaters, rugs, etc. It was a long but interesting day, and a good introduction to the best site of ...

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This hotel, located on Av. Ferrocarril NÂș 118, Ollantaytambo, is near Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) and Pisac Market.
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