Ninos del Arco Iris

Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 084, Peru | Hotel
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The sacred valley of the Incas

A travel blog entry by ittakestwo


... What a treat! The starting point of the trek was an hours drive along a bumpy road to our check point. Machu Picchu national park is well protected so you need your passports to enter the Inca trail. Yaaay a stamp in the passport!

The first day of the hike is apparently the easiest. Gentle walks up and down hill and quite a few stops including an hour for lunch. We past various archaeological sites before finally arriving to our camp at about 5pm.

Exploring the Sacred Valley of the Incas

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... realized this, I began to try to flag down any vehicle that drove past us. Within minutes, a tour bus half full of folks from Australia and New Zealand stopped, happened to be heading to the same place as we were, and kindly offered to let us tag along with their tour. Within a half of an hour, we arrived at Salinas, the incredible site of hundreds, maybe thousands, of salt pans which have been carved into the terraced mountainside. These pools of water vary in color due to ...

The Inca were hardcore!

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... map we bought for most of today, so let's hope we're going the right way. Friendly locals point us in the right direction, unlike the less friendly wag who had scrubbed out the arrows on the trail signs. We meet the genial Americo and Pablo who are working for the governmental department in charge of maintaining and restoring the Inca trails. Tom has a nice chat with them while I huff and puff my way up the hill behind them. Once ...

Inca trail and Macchu Picchu

A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi


... we wouldn't have to get up in the night to walk outside and use the squat toilet that was already 'full'). Since the family gets up at 4am, most of us were awake early and were glad to see it had stopped raining. Breakfast was boiled potatoes, vegetable patty things (good!) and a drink made from lima beans, sugar and cinnamon (really nice, like rice milk or horchata). We gave the family rice, some biscuits and bread - which after sorting through wheat for hours, we have ...

Misminay - teach, work, love

A travel blog entry by jackiesoftly


... this, my rapid breaths forming little clouds in the freezing air. The 5m to the banos, down a muddy slope and then back up again, was totally exhausting, and once my boots were off again, I lay in bed gasping, with my chest struggling to breathe, my heart pounding, trying not to feel anxious. On my second loo visit it was raining again, and even more slippery on the great toilet trek. In the morning, people brought us big clay bowls and jugs of blissfully hot water to ...

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