Royal Inka Hotel Pisac

Carretera Picas Ruinas s/n, Pisac, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Pisac and its Inca citadels are enchanting

A travel blog entry by desturgi07


The past two days in Pisac has been glorious and fulfilling. The Royal Inca Hotel is comfortable and oh, so quiet, after the hectic two noisy days in Cuzco.

Pisac is based in the Sacred Valley - El Valle Sagrado - about 33 km north of Cuzco.

You enter Pisac via a one-way bridge across the Rio Urubamba. Viewing it at first it …

A Cusco - 5.300 km

A travel blog entry by carollo


Até a noite anterior nao sabia se iria pelo litoral , direto pela Panamericana ou até Cusco e M. Picchu, onde havia estado havia 20 anos. Decidi-me ir a Cusco. Despedi'me de Hans, Zente e Nathalie. Pé na estrada.Saída pelo Aeroporto, caminho meio feio a rodovia de acesso nao é das melhores. O melhor da viagem foi o Lago até Juliaca. Muito bonito, …

The Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by wingedwords


... gift me with a strangely green, but wonderfully ripe mandarin. I’m still the only extranjera in sight and I’m loving it –esp. the extra attention I get from the 6 year old who’s bouncing around particularly curious about me. Though, lest I forget, this attention is not always as benign – I got joyously, raucously waterballooned yesterday by a boy and a girl on one of the pueblos we passed through between Pichari ...

Sleepy people and a bit more on the guinea pig

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... is visiting day at the prison and you can see a line of visitors queueing up outside. There is also a splurge of little stalls on the pavement. This serves as a cue for me as I often forget which day it is.

At the end of each day, we wander up towards the Plaza in Oropesa and every day there is a lady in traditional costume sitting in a yard with heaps of greenery around her. On closer inspection I discover it is freshly harvested wheat and l learn ...

The days in between

A travel blog entry by gretchenwolf


... we shared a lot of laughs over my incorrect usage of Spamish terms or phrases, such as when I accidentally said, "mucho hombre"(man) instead of "mucho hambre"(hungry). This busted her up for days! She would say, "No mucho hombres, Gretchen!" -and laugh! I'm not sure how much better I can limp my way through a spanish phrase, but I sure as hell had a wonderful time! I took off one weekend for a night in a town called Pisaq, located at the starting point to the ...

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