Inkallpa Valle Sagrado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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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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Today was, in a word, incredible. We had a relaxing morning at the Pisac Market. We had a lesson in inlayed jewelry making (and of course, promptly bought some) and a wonderful talk about how to tell the difference between the various qualities of alpaca sold in the local markets (many in the group promptly bought some of that as well). We strolled …
... road, put on there hazards and red lights, then get out of the car to buy some street food. Know one bats an eye. The people here are so so short too, the make Chelsea look like Yao Ming. The original inca people where very short with a tall male being at most 160cm. Tonight we jump on an overnight bus to Puerto Maldonado where we will be doing a 4 day jungle trek. Needless to say, we will be out of service for a little while so will update when we are back to civilisation! Buenos ...
... told us, he also said something about going slowly and taking it easy. I pretended I didn't hear that. It took me 45 minutes to get to the first checkpoint with some group members close behind. There was then a lot of waiting to do as an elderly American couple would take the full allotted time. The same would occur for the next section before reaching out lunch spot. After lunch we set off for the most challenging part of the trek. It was a hard slog of step steps. One step after ...
... for up to 5 years, in times of natural disasters. Although built in 1532, they are very sturdy structures, built using a seismic system. These large structures wouldn't have withheld the elements if it was built by the INCApables (aka, the Spanish). The main source of income for this village is farming and pottery. A pottery demonstration proved to be interesting. With only 3 hours sleep from the night out before we were all a little worse for wear but soon got in ...
... the decision to come back to a safer altitude and stay where we knew I'd be able to recover for the next few days. Just the small matter of a 13 hour journey to get us here.
I'm recovering now and feeling better than I did. Saw the doctor for ten minutes and got charged £72! Was glad for the medicine though, there's only so much Eucalyptus and coca tea you can drink.
So we're back in the valley, this was our first taste of Peru and we loved it.