La Casa de Barro Lodge & Restaurant
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... flowers and the aphrodisiac qualities of others! We walked around the east agricultural sector (the vast terraces in the pictures), through the main gate, visited the temple of the three windows, the astronomical observatory with sun dial, the temple of the Condor and much more. There are terraces and a temple at the top of a large outcrop called Waynapicchu. To climb this you have to book in advance and pay extra. Having seen ...
... quinoa is Incan afterall), filled with yellow potatoes, fava beans, quinoa and various other vegetables. We also ordered a side of quinoa tabouleh, made with seasoned zucchini and egg plant as well as the usual parsley and salad components. Yum! Still peckish, we load up on more snacks and large bottles of water to ensure we keep well hydrated. To give you an idea of value for money: 2x Inca Kola Packet of the world's tastiest raisins and nuts Sublime - a chocolate ...
What an incredible day today visiting the ruins in the Sacred Valley and enjoying local delicacies. As usual we started early and headed for the Ollantaytambo ruins at an altitude of 2792 metres above sea level. This was the place that the Inca Emperor was able to defeat the Spanish in a set battle. The ruins were huge and understanding how it was built still makes my head spin. ...
... will be the same and the accommodation is much of a much.
After taking a wander around Avenida Sol, we came back to the hostel to sort out some photos only to discover that we had lost a complete day from Arequipa. The copy from the camera to hard disk was corrupted and the corrupted copy backed up to memory stick. Without realising the originals were deleted from camera...gutted!! ...
... to this point do not do it justice. The Incas certainly were a superior race, ahead of their time. To plan and construct these dwellings hundreds of years ago that are still standing and intact to this day, having survived the many an earthquake, is something to marvel. Then it's time to take the train back to Ollyantambo, and then a bus back to Cusco. We arrive back in town around 7:00pm at which point everyone is exhausted by the past few days and we all have a quiet night ...