Royal Inn Hotel
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... other function for it. Then entry to the ruins. You wake up at 4am and get to the gates when they open at 5am for the 1 hour trek up to Machu Picchu. You can take a bus but I felt that was kinda cheating. You want to get there early to avoid the crowds. We lucked out that day as the sky was clear. I have seen photos when people have gone and the clouds ruin it. Also included was a two hour tour through the ruins. I am glad I did it, it is an impressive site.. not because ...
Early start to visit the pier shop and buy gifts for our honestly family ( and ponchos for the rain!) <br style="line-height: 20px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-family: Tahoma;">We then set out on our little Rocky boat onto Lake Rituals (grey puma). This lake is the second largest in south America and is shared between Peru and Bolivia. One of the legends says men were influenced by spirits to go to the forbidden mountains, this angered the ...
... nippy on the top deck and we all vowed to not brave the outdoors for the way back. They did give us all a free beer, which acted as a nice blanket to the breeze.
On the Island of the Sun we hiked a good half hour to the top of the island so we could get a glimpse of the mountains that surrounded the lake and some of the glaciers that fed into it. In the distance you could make out clusters of white clouds settling on a range of blindingly white ...
... destination, nous avons rencontré Léonie d'Allemagne et Nicolas, un frenchy. Nous avons parlé pendant les trois heures du trajet. Arrivés sur l'île Amantani, nous avons été dispatchés entre plusieurs familles. Notre hôte appelé Carmenita semblait un peu timide mais tout le temps souriante. Nous l'avons suivie jusqu'à notre maison pour la nuit. Nous avons rencontré son mari, sa fille de dix-huit ...
... the boat pulled out a few metres from the island we were on and moved forward a few metres before pulling in at the adjoining island to us that looked exactly the same! You win some you lose some! After an hour or so springing around on the reeds and fearing we were going to go through, we said a quick adios to all of the women who were singing, dancing and trying to sell us reed necklaces and also all ...