- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the murder of the Inca Atahaulpa in Cajamarca, marched into Cusco in 1534 and added it definitively to the realms of King Charles V. This invasion opened the gates to a cultural mix that has left its imprint on every aspect of Peruvian culture, especially in the ancient Andean capital of Cusco. Today we are having our own private tour of the city with Edith.
As we were walking I started to sneeze. Edith said in Peru they say if you sneeze 3 times it brings you ...
... a chocolate bean from the beginning in to several chocolate drinks, we would have used it to make our chocolate bars apart from it would have taken a day in the mixer, so it was used for the next days' people. We each chose ingredients and set about making our chocolate bars. They set in an hour and within a few more ours were all eaten!!!
For some reason in Cusco streets there are lots of ladies touting for business with ...
... Peru seems to have a 'Plaza de Armas' and Pisac is no different. It is the location for the towns renowned traditional markets where I brought a lovely soft and warm alpaca jumper with tassels for 60 soles ($24 AUD).
From the plaza we followed the path up to the ruins that are located on top of the mountain overlooking the town. It's a steep climb, takes about an hour and you gain about 300m altitude to 3400-3500m. The Pisac ruins are extensive ...
... and wall hangings for every room in the house, as well as hats, scarves and gloves enough to kit out a football team. We did manage to buy a beautiful ceramic bowl and intricately patterned gourd musical instrument to add to our lounge collection of travel artefacts before common sense took over and we recognised the limits of our luggage. Emerging blinking into the daylight after a couple of hours in the market, we chanced upon another smaller market, this one selling ...
This morning we woke up at 8 and got ready, had breakfast, and then left four the orphanage. I woke up feeling pretty sick this morning, my eyes and nose were crusty and my throat hurt. However, we still went to the orphanage. As soon as we got their the boys were so happy to see us! They grabbed our hands, tackled us, and gave us huge hugs! They seemed a bit tired today! So Madyson played some jacks, I helped a few boys with their homework, and mom played hangman with boys who ...