Sauce Hostal

Ventideiro 248, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ollantaytambo

Lares Valley Trek Part III

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... was not. We were supposed to ride a van to the train station two hours away. We were going to be cutting it close as the van was an hour late. I guess he decided he could make up for lost time by whipping around the hairpin turns (I swear I felt him speed up as we approached one turn that said 20 KPH). Even Freddy and Caesar were visibly uncomfortable with the ride. When even the locals are scared, that's bad. But we made it and boarded ...

Lares Valley Trek Part I

A travel blog entry by amdouet


... with a horse for her. Eventually it was just Kimberly and me on the trail. We came to a series of switchbacks that seemed to end at a top. I was sure the end was in sight and was able to find the energy to hustle (relatively) up to the top...only to be seriously disappointed that looks are deceiving and the trail continued on. I shouted back to Kimberly that no we weren't there, and we continued on a little dejectedly. The sun was beginning to set so ...

First day in Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by fionamary


... definitely well over 20 degrees C. It gets very cold at night time though, around 0 degrees C.

For lunch we went to Parwa Restaurant for a delicious 4 course lunch of traditional Peruvian cuisine. Part of the main course included a big chilli pepper stuffed with alpaca & mixed veg - it's the first time I've eaten alpaca and it was very tasty! It was then another one hour bus ride to our final destination of the day, Ollantaytambo. We drove ...

Mucho Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... somehow became known as Inca.

Since no written language was developed by this advanced civilization, what we know is limited to what the conquering Spaniards recorded; though inscribing historical, cultural, and technological findings about the Quechua people for the benefit of future generations was, unfortunately, not high on their list of priorities.

Some of what we know about ...

Pushing on the trail

A travel blog entry by chris_farr


... however, was non existent. The clouds were sitting in the valley stopping us seeing anything beyond twenty or so meters. After about an hour we came to a steep decent into a naturally formed tunnel through the rock. This tunnel was only about ten to fifteen meters long but was narrow and low. After the tunnel the trail continued to undulate, but we could increasingly see vertical drops off to the side of the path. We decided that it was a good thing we couldn't see ...

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This hotel, located on Ventideiro 248, Ollantaytambo, is near Hot Springs (Aguas Calientes) and Pisac Market.
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