Incatambo Hacienda Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Cusco
... blanket and pillow taken. Just the four people at the front...
'So why in the blue heck take mine!?' screamed Harry as he left the bus in a firestorm of fury.
Once calm again Harry did his good karma for the day by carrying Maria's, one of the ladies in his group, suitcase up the steep hill to our hostel, in addition to his own bags. She's 69 for crying out loud, and should be at home playing Scrabble, so ...
We endured a long day and night to make it to Peru. We flew with Avianca for the first time, and we were very impressed. Here was the breakdown of our travels.
-plane 1: Toronto to San Salvador. Great surprise to receive food. No matter how much people complain about airplane food, we still love it.
-plane 2: San Salvador to Lima. This was a tough one, overnight from 8:45pm to ...
... family is awesome; the dad (Guido), mom (Jackeli), daughter (also Jackeli), son (Anibal), and of course their friendly dog, Mateo. Everyone is very kind, funny, and patient with my rusty Spanish.
Sunday was my program orientation. We learned a lot about our classes, activities, and excursions coming up. Then we took a tour of Cusco and hit all the famous spots around town. I'm looking forward to exploring the many niches of this city.
... fish's head. It all tasted so strange, I'm so glad that he ordered a side of a rice... We finished dinner and said goodbye to Rolando. He was truly a blessing on this trip! He was so helpful. We finally got a taxi and went home. This trip was amazing. I am so grateful. I can't even put everything into words. I have a whole new perspective. And I am so ready to take on whatever life throws at me. I also can't wait to take my kids on trips like this in the ...
Hola Again Cusco! I entered Peru, the land of the Incas by plane on an early morning flight from Santiago. Flights are perhaps the most common way of entering the Sacred Valley now, but in the past it would not have been easy to reach Cusco, the capital city of the Sacred Valley, which stands at 3400 meters above sea level. I first visited Cusco eleven years ago, with a friend after graduating from University. I really liked the city then, so when I had this chance to come back, ...