Inti Punku Macchu Picchu Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... When our chores were over we were served a vegetable barley soup for dinner. This is a normal meal for these people. They very rarely eat meat - mostly only on their birthdays. The soup was very good. I had two servings! These two kids, Jonathan and Jenny, from the village came to join us. They were very shy initially but when the accordion came out and the music started they were up out of their seats and asking for a dance. I'm not a particularly good dancer and I don't overly enjoy ...
... at the first line. It was around 150 metres long and after a very brief safety explanation we flew across. The 2nd line was a bit longer and a few lighter people were stuck halfway and had to wait for the instructors to help collect them. The 3rd and 4th line were definitely the most intense as we went back and forth across the canyon, 200m high and over 400m across. We were encouraged to go upside down on the 4th line which was quite frightening although ...
... We were through the entrance with our passports within 15 minutes and were at the site before sunrise which was our original goal. Unfortunately it was incredibly cloudy so we could not see the proper sunrise. However, the clouds made for some incredible atmospheric pictures since they would periodically only reveal parts of the surrounding buildings and mountains. It almost felt a little spooky and surreal watching the ...
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 - ...
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 ...