Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel

Address: 209 Q'ori Wakanki Street, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 209 Q'ori Wakanki Street, Aguas Calientes.
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    Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

    Day 324: Aguas Calientes, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on May 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... find that it was both beautiful and overly expensive and touristy. Ellie and I had done some investigating and planned to sneak into Machu Picchu by leaving early in the morning and sneaking in a back way. Lucas decided he wanted in so the three of us decided to get a room together which made it very cheap. We spent most of the night preparing for Machu Picchu by cooking up some hard boiled eggs and making sandwiches. We also cooked some coca tea ...

    The Amazing Inca Trail - Days 56 - 59

    A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on May 02, 2015

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... The local ladies were all selling chicha (the drink that Chris had tried in Arequipa) and at each stop the porters would down a pint each - Peruvian red bull according to our tour guide. We could see why they would need the energy, with each porter carrying a whopping 25 kilos on their back. It was an amazing site and we all agreed that watching the porters work so hard meant we did really have grounds to complain about anything! The river rapids were stronger ...


    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 05, 2014

    18 photos

    ... however there was one particular Lama that seemed to enjoy spitting (thankfully at other Lama’s and not us). Once we had had our fill of animal feeding it was onwards to see how the wool is dyed, spun and then weaved. Our guide explained that no two hand made pieces should be the same as the weaver incorporates what she has seen and different colours. Our guide also explained that the naturally dyed wool comes in more muted tones like deep reds, browns, dark ...

    Putre & The Lauca National Park - Best day yet!

    A travel blog entry by tlgaustralia on Oct 02, 2009

    15 photos

    Snow capped volcanoes, stunning blue lakes, running streams & lots of animals such as vicunas, llamas, vizcachas, condors, birds & ducks!!

    I think what I love most about this place is that it is so 'tranquilo'. The landscape is beautiful, there are animals everywhere, and the most tourists we saw all day was about 8 - including ourselves! And also including the polish couple who hired the car that we almost hired ourselves from Arica yesterday - ...

    Denied entry to Bolivia!

    A travel blog entry by lyoon1971 on Aug 15, 2009

    1 comment, 4 photos

    So I´m back in Chile today after I was denied entry into Bolivia. This ´Welcome to Bolovia´ sign was all I got to see...

    What a nightmare. After riding 5 hours on a bus to the border, they wouldn´t let me enter. Apparently there was an issue with my passport. Because I was born in Korea, they also wanted to see a Korean passport as well as my US passport. I haven´t ...

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