Inkallpa Valle Sagrado
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We left half of our luggage behind at the hotel, and headed down to the Sacred Valley. Our first stop was the Pisac Ruins. The most …
... captured a jaguar. Not only a jaguar, but a mother jaguar and her cub. This was the first recorded evidence of reproduction among jaguars in Villa Carmen history. So you know, this UMN 2014 class is a bit of a big deal. I'm sure a lot of you are wondering why how I could leave such a big occurrence for our class out of my blog like that. To be honest, I tend to focus on one thing that really makes me think, where I feel raw emotion, inspiration, ...
... dashing Mr. Hack modeled his new purchase.
We also spotted this little Peruvian guy snuggled in his mother's baby sling.
We wondered how many times new mothers have to practice placing their baby in the exact correct spot of a length of woven fabric to wrap them, hoist them up to their back, and tie the ends of the fabric sling securely in front to keep ...
... drained. Time to head back to Ollantaytambo. The bus trip down the mountain was interesting with huge rocks part of landslides that happened only a few months before. Luckily none today and the road was clear. Then time to board the train for Cusco (well train and then bus) and then finally back to our rooms in the Cusco Plaza2. You would think that after 4 days of trekking and over 9000 steps of varying size (some that were 90 cm) the hotel could put us on the ...
... the main plaza, but on the return, up quite a steep hill.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsInkallpa Valle Sagrado Urubamba
Despite a bit far from downtown, it has a very relaxing atmosphere. Good food and accommodations. Staff very helpful and kind.
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