Rupawasi Condor House
TravelPod Member ReviewsRupawasi Condor House Aguas Calientes
Only stayed overnight- getting in late and leaving early- it was adequate for my needs and provided a good breakfast and a lunch box for my trip to machupicchu.
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... was across my shoes and underwear were soaked, but everything else was dry at least. The next direction was to find the dirt path. It didn't seem to exist. We spent the next few hours wading through sense jungle and making some ridiculous paths through the jungle alongside the river searching for the correct path and wading through the plants, dirt, and giant spiders; no luck. We finally gave up around 4:30am and decided to sit and wait until day ...
... of granite from the quarries in the area We were shown many different buildings and the guides explained the uses or purposes of each one. For example, the sun dial. On one side is a cubic base that represents an altar that was used for offerings. On the upper part, one corner points to magnetic north while the others are aligned with the cardinal directions. It was originally used for astronomical observations and from which the Incas calculated the periods ...
... day wasn’t too bad in comparison
to the day before, and after letting one big group go ahead of us we pretty
much had the trail to ourselves. We came across other Inca ruins also and would
take a break from the trail to explore these. The vegetation changed and
gradually became more jungle like, with different coloured moss growing on the
cliff walls we passed, in beautiful colours of rusty red, orange, yellow and
Our camp for ...
... our Inca Trail guide Pedro II and brought to the hotel were they started us drinking coca tea right away because of the altitude of 3400 metres.
My (Jude) tummy was starting to give me some troubles that morning, which wasn't great but it wasn't too bad so we went with Pedro and the rest of our group for a little walk into the historic centre of Cuzco and out for lunch. Pedro encouraged us to try the local cuisine so Steve and I both ordered alpaca and quite enjoyed it ...
... statue was supposedly sent by the King of Spain as a way of converting the local Indians and was installed in the church where it darkened to a copper color from the smoke of many candles. During a major earthquake on May 31, 1650, locals took the statue out of the church and the earthquake miraculously stopped. Ever since then, the statue has lived in the hearts of the locals and this can be seen by the symbolic six-hour tour across Plaza de Armas and its ...
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