Royal Inka Hotel Pisac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... environment and did not have pack animals that could be used to pull carts. (Llamas can not carry more than 50 pounds and really couldn't be used to haul rocks or dirt.) This means that all the lifting and carrying was basically done on the backs of humans.
After walking down through the terraces, we ended up in the town square for a well-deserved lunch of local favorites. (We have all agreed that the food is very good in Peru!) ...
... Additionally they are both purgatives and known to eliminate parasites and intestinal worms, common in especially the jungle regions.
I had joined two facebook pages that serve the gringo community and travelers to Pisac, and had been directed to Hospedaje Inti, two blocks from the central plaza and market, convenient, cheap, clean and well equipped and very well managed by a wonderful Peruvian man called Andres and his family, and home to the ...
... through hundreds of steep stairs. Ollantaytambo is where the Incas retreated to after Spain took control of Pisac. Ollantaytambo once fended off the Spain but lost at the second attack. Ollantaytambo is right on the top of the mountain next to the Urubama river. Our last stop of the day is the train station where the train took us to Aqua Calientes where we will visit Machu Pichu. Our journey will continue on the next day.
... this Business Class is very nice - the personal service ("Mr Watt, would you like full cream or lite milk in your muesli?"), linen napery, the real cutlery, fine china, glassware, pyjamas, champagne, cognac, cheese platter, ladies and gents toiletry bags, the real towels to dry your hands, lay flat beds ...... It's just wonderful. I could get used to it. During the flight over I watched the movies Pride; The Best of Me (based on a Nicholas Sparks book) ...
... floating rafts of Totora roots that they bound together to form enormous living 'platforms'. When you step off the launch onto one of these floating islands, it's the weirdest feeling. Your foot feels as though it's going to go through the soft, spongy mat of reeds but it doesn't. Your shoe bounces back up so you can take the next step. When large boats go by, the entire 'floor' you're walking on rocks ...