- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tiny, and in black. Locals offer free walking tours that set off at 12.15 from the main square and lasts 3 hours. We got to see interesting parts of the city including the market and gain a better understanding of its history. We even saw where Tupac (no not the rapper) was buried. Back in the hostel we booked the trip to Macchu pichu. Padley is doing the 5 day trek called Salkantey, where you hike up to ...
Whats going on! I have been caught out, we were told we would be picked up at 6am so i got up at 5 and had a shower etc and was ready at half 5 which was lucky because this is when the bus came. South America is normally always late and never early. On the bus one of the junky Australians is sayin how he is gonna get eye surgery in Peru cause its only 500 soles here which is about £120, aye sounds legit like. ...
... weeny Christ statue they have atop the local cerro. More stairs than a Zepplin album but the weak statue can't hold court to the ones in previous blogs, though the dinner plate eyes could pay homage to the nightlife it overlooks. The city has a strong tourist vibe that is still in it's early years. Gothic cobblestones line the boulevards downtown but one need only venture a few blocks out of this mirage (and I imagine few do) to be to find the familiar south american streets of ...
... and saints. There is so much gold and silver within this cathedral, it feels more like a museum than a religious place; the church would do more good donating some of the silver-ware to a charity to melt down and sell to then help the poor. No I don't really like this place. It is amazing how quickly time goes and it was time to head back to the hotel for another quick change and back out to eat. More tomorrow from Machu ...
... Ollantaytambo and Aguas Calientes, the villages on our now self arranged Machu Picchu trip. We then walked across town to buy our entrance tickets to Machu Picchu. It was a surprisingly long queue but that is perhaps due to the way they make you buy tickets. You have to queue to make a reservation for the date you want, but they give you a date further in the future. You then have to join a queue to ...