La Pequena Casita

Av. Hermanos Ayar No. 11, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

The hike to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa


... formerly a sawmill town named Machina - is effectively a town built expressly for tourists. It's well designed and quite pretty, but prices are high, so having checked in to the hotel we spent the afternoon catching up on some rest.

Our chefs have headed back to cusco at this point so dinner in the hotel (alpaca, yum!) then early to bed ahead of a 4.30am start the next day.

Day 5

Up frighteningly early, beakfast a 5, then at 5.30am we're joining ...

Four day trek and a llama

A travel blog entry by melita.brandon


... used to make clothes. We went to a Llama sanctuary and learned about the Camel family which includes llamas, alpacas and vicunas which were the rare and softest animals of the camel family, and endangered.

More Inka ruins, many large steps, and finally lunch in the countryside of the Sacred Valley. It was a buffet with Peruvian food. Can we just say that not once we were disappointed in the food. High quality and consistent all the way through. We tried all sorts ...

Macchu Picchu, Peru

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy


We were up at 4am to get to the bus stop ready to catch a minibus. In usual South American style, the seats were over-sold and we were all crammed on the bus and set off for Mollepata.

After about 2 hours we arrived, met our guide, Miguel, and had breakfast. Then we were all piled onto the back of a truck for a 1 hour drive to Cruzpata, ready to start the trek. All the practice in Africa of having to hang onto the trucks while ducking under trees ...

Machu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta


... tour of Machu Piccu - and I actually want to do it twice so I can do one sweep with my wide angle and one with my fisheye lens. It's an amazing place, never ruined by the Spanish, and huge, with all the components of an Incan town still mostly intact.

We enter Machu Picchu through the door likely used by most of the travelers, into a sort of bazaar area, where people used to store their animals and supplies, and would trade with other ...

Got To Be So Machu

A travel blog entry by cmitch257


... knowledge, and ability that has gone into the site! We trekked for another hour to meet our fellow group member Tomaz by the sun gate, but by then the clouds had covered the whole site and didn't give the greatest view! With our tour starting at 8, we rushed back down to the entrance to begin it. Which turned out to be one of the worst decisions of the 3 week tour... Wagner, our guide, provided one of the most boring 40 minute prose recitals I have ever heard. ...


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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