La Casa de Barro Lodge & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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Today the Sacred Valley remains a lush agricultural region supplying the city of Cusco with much of its produce such as maize, fruit and vegetables.
We stretched out and enjoyed the scenery on our way to Calca. We visited the Ccaccaccollo community centre, which G Adventures travellers' donations helped to create through the Planeterra Foundation in 2005. This centre enables the local women to sell traditional textiles ...
... and skittering across the floor. There might have been an expletive or two from me. It sucked. Using the mighty dialup (i.e. timed out frequently) connection, I managed to find alternative places to stay in O town. I picked the Hotel Sol, located near the plaza, the river, and the ruins. I reserved it for three nights. Poor Des. How are we going to break the bad news to him in the morning, I thought. (insert devious laughter here) :-)
... a corner. Spanning a 15m gap was a scetchy suspension/ladder bridge! With very little instruction, Tom pioneered the crossing (the 200m vertical drop was pushing even his boundaries). Following Tom's example, Lucy boldly completed the crossing in good time. Up, up, up and away to the top of the climb was an exhilarating experience for both. At the top were some sky lodges, suspended on the cliff for a precarious nights sleep (maybe next time). After some much needed ...
Such a nice sleep, I woke this morning at a little after 6am feeling great, no longer feeling sick which is fantastic as it will make the walk out this morning a lot better. We got up all before the original planned time of 7:30 probably because we all went to sleep rather early. After packing our bags, a clean we want and had breakfast. This morning for breakfast we had some toast then they brought us out pancakes... Each pancake had ...
... and also the sun. To our disappointment the guide that would take us through the gates was late and so we lost our spot at the front...very annoying but that's how it goes I guess. Finally the guide arrived and we passed through the gates, again showing tickets and passports. We walked through to where we were rewarded with our first real glimpse of Machu Picchu. It was absolutely breathtaking. The small structures standing in ...