Hotel Awki's Dream
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... are walls with huge stones, some so big it must have taken an army of men to roll in to position, a good example are the walls surrounding the museum of religious art which is famous for its 12 sided stone We visit the Cathedral; I'm not really sure what to think of it; I usually look forward to visiting religious places for their architecture, art and peaceful feeling they can sometimes give, not so this one. The ...
... still visible and in use today. We walked to the main square to have breakfast before heading to the fortress that looms over the town. We watched the men and women in full traditional dress wander the streets. It was a short walk to the entrance of the fortress and we paid our fee, 130 Soles around $70, but it also gets us 15 other entries over 10 days. One of those things you just have to do... As you enter you are greeted by ...
... his pay slip - outstanding and one very "Gordon Banks like" save for those who can remember Gordon Bank's save in the 1970 world cup game v Brazil.
Tomorrow I am off to the Sacred Valley and then on Thursday to Machupichu so more memories to share .
I have loaded a few photos to give you a feel of the lovely old city of Cusco
... be touched by such a sacred animal! I make a donation on the way out and hope they can do more of the good they are already doing. We get back in the car and drive to our next stop: Pisac. As we approach, the massive Incan terraces are clearly visible from the road, and I ask Carlos to stop a bunch of places along the way so I can take pictures. I also wonder how we're going to get way up there? Sure enough, we drive part way up, but hike from the base of ...
... Food: On the trail, the porters prepared delicious breakfasts of porridge and pancakes, and lunches and dinners of soup, fish/chicken/pasta/rice and a desert, including one birthday cake for a group member. Today we have been wandering around Cusco, a city of narrow cobbled streets, attractive tiled roofs and many relics of the Inca Empire, set in a valley with the wild Andes surrounding it. Tomorrow we head to the Amazon for 2 nights in a jungle lodge, then back to Lima, before flying to ...