Hotel Misters Inkas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have been to date with people constantly asking us to buy their wares or advertising their tours. We stumbled across a festival with a great brass band and gorgeous costumes outside one of the churches. There were many people just sitting in the plazas enjoying the sunshine and the music. We found a great chocolate shop - we can find one anywhere! Danny had fruit salad there for lunch....with chocolate fondue!! I had a fantastic brownie with passionfruit icecream! We ...
... buses and cars from passing through. It really takes away from its potential charm. On the eve of the Inka trail hike we met with our guide Admil for a detailed briefing and to receive instructions about packing. Each porter is only allowed to carry 25 kg so each hiker is restricted to a duffle bag containing 8 kg which includes the sleeping bag and puffer jacket supplied by the treking company. Anyone who has travelled with me will know that I'm ...
... precious thrones and items. Unfortunately the Spanish looted the temple and melted the gold down for plunder but you can still see parts of the temple and get an idea of its splendour.
There are a lot of locals with baby or older IIamas dressed up in lots of colourful clothes or with ties in their hair and necklaces. Not quite animal cruelly but just animal weirdness.
We headed to the highest 100% Irish owned pub in ...
... conversation. Other Manuelisms included severely overestimating the amount of time it would take for us to get somewhere (i.e. saying it would take an hour when it actually takes 30 minutes), saying "my friends" at the end of every sentence, and saying "exactly' and "approximately" in the same sentence. He would say something like "The Incas left here in exactly 1532 approximately," at which point we would all look at each other and just ...
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We had a quiet night in the hotel on Saturday, before leaving early on Sunday morning. Our first destination was the statue of Christ the Redeemer, on the hill overlooking Cusco. The statue was much smaller than the most famous one, in Rio, and also the bigger, but much less famous one, in Cochabamba, Bolivia. We took a few photos, mainly for form's sake - though we avoided the "arms akimbo" pose adopted by most of the tourists ...