La Pequena Casita

Address: Av. Hermanos Ayar No. 11, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Av. Hermanos Ayar No. 11, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by kdejmc on Jul 07, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... do it true justice. The sheer size and scope, and how they used the sun on the solstices to create certain designs...wow. Wow. Wow. I said to someone that 7.5 hour plan ride in coach may finally have been worth it. I will say that it is hard to get around there. There has not been an ADA ruling in this country, let me tell you this right now. So if you go, be healthier than me, but you don't even have to be. I made it around to the bigger sites no problem, but even with ...

Machu Picchu Jungle trek

A travel blog entry by michaelsudlow on Jun 08, 2015

9 photos

... I was pooing myslef. Our first encounter with one saw our guide, who was from a tribe in the jungle, sprinting under a canopy as a Banana spider was crawling down a branch to jump on him. uh oh. Apart from the constant fear of beig bitten and dying, the trek was a highlight, meeting a parrot, eating native chocolate and going to a refreshing hot springs to end the day. Zip lines and another 4 hour trek were ...

Adventures with Tortuga Day 1

A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on May 26, 2015

7 photos

... when they still opted in for porters to help carry a couple of kilos for significantly more than we paid, and also seemed miserable on day 2. Then it was through the control where we had our passports checked and stamped (this whole passport stamping thing at each of the controls was something I had never seen before) and we were on our way. The first hike was relatively easy, about 10km of Inca Flat (up and down with an average flat, although pretty ...

The Amazing Inca Trail - Days 56 - 59

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

1 comment, 43 photos

... place; we were the only visitors there exploring the huge terraces and houses. Savi once again switched into his calm, passionate lecturer mode, telling us all about the history and architecture of the town. His passion was catching! Savi showed us a fountain which still had water flowing through it, and he changed its flow type with the swipe of a finger - we still have no idea how it actually works despite his explanations and so we were all in awe of the inca magic. ...

A city hidden in the clouds

A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Apr 08, 2015

24 photos

... t known what Machu Picchu was used for, theories range from the palace of Pachacahutec, the first Inca, to being a secret hideout for the last remaining Inca priests (after the Spanish killed the rest). In all cases, it's quite grand and most certainly not flat (Inca or otherwise). Touring it is almost as big a feat as hiking there and the views are spectacular, especially the clouds rising from the valleys below. For ...