Hotel Misters Inkas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The descent continued to our lunch spot. An egg and avocado starter, vegetable soup and chicken breast wrapped around tomato, fresh parsley and what sounded like halloumi cheese (squeaksqueaksqueak). Yum! The clouds and the land had begun to separate. With an enthusiastic jump, we could have touched 'the sky'. The land-sky gap continued to grow as we trekked from Wales into the jungle. More humid and even greener, the land started sporting green vines that draped from ...
... rice we had eaten the night before. Forcing myself to attempt at least two bites, I was beyond full. Fortunately we had a walk ahead of us - we were walking to the Plaza de San Martin again to drink at Hotel Bolivar - selling the Pisco Catedral and known for having invented the first Pisco Sour. (Recipe to follow!)
Many laughs and beverages later, we made for the magic fountains, which I claimed were around the corner. Turning out to be more of a 30 ...
... colonial conquerors. Like many pagans the Incas worshipped the Sun God and their temples were architectural, structural and geometrical marvels - completely unappreciated by the Spanish and wantonly destroyed by them. Some of the photos show the size of the stones used which has baffled engineers and construction experts on how these stones were shaped and then put in place. The largest stone on one of the sites we visited is estimated to weigh in at 122 ...
... the way. Each time we got to a site Justino would do a bit of storytelling some times it was historically relevant and interesting...sometimes he went a bit mental, there was quite an extensive story involving the discovery of the chilli pepper that made me question how much coca tea he had had. The views were spectacular though and can only get better as we climb. Our maximum altitude today was 3000m.
As we got to the end of the day the heavens opened, everybody threw ...
Cusco /ˈkuːzkoʊ/, often spelled Cuzco (Spanish: Cuzco, [ˈkusko]; Quechua: Qusqu or Qosqo, IPA: ...