San Agustin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we entered the national park of Saskaywaman. When we finally entered the park, we hiked up 1000 feet in order to arrive at the top. Saskaywaman is a place where you can see the ruins of one of the Incan temples. Divided by a large grassy area, on one side is the remains of the temple and on the other side is the quarry. In the quarry, the Incas cut the rock and fit them together with such amazing precision ...
... by well organised ruthless Spanish troops. The Incan Princes’ eyes were off the ball and the damage done. By 1536 Cuzco was looted of it’s massive treasures of gold and silver, and broken. The Spanish knocked down any Incan cities they found and built over the ruins of their important buildings, smothering Incan memories and pride with Spanish religious buildings and palaces, all with big crosses up on top of them, spreading new religion to South America and all ...
This post is written by Kellie Campbell (Thanks Kell !) who visited us for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Years:
Our journey to join the Carlton's was one of adventure and humor. 6 hour layovers. 4 plane rides 3 countries and 2 delusional Americans decided it was best to start our Peru adventure in Cusco, the highest elevation we would be in. I pondered why I slept for 18 hours and wanted to nap again after walking though a ...
... they were following the exact same paths as us, they were pretty fit and sadly got paid just £10 a day to do it, incredible guys. After lunch we trekked on a bit further covering around 10km that first day and arrived to our campsite all set up for us. I was lucky enough to have my own tent as there was an odd number of girls vs boys. There was a two man tent and a three man tent for me and the guy to choose from. I held back thinking that the guy would go ...
... been in the jungle! Thurs 23rd oct Up at 5.30am to get breakfast, fill in our tour evaluation and leave the lodge by 6.30am. Back to Rurrenabaque and a quick switch into a 4x4 to take us to the pampas. The 3 hour trip was very bumpy on dusty dirt roads. Had lunch (gained 2 extras to our group-a Parisian couple, Emilie and Gaitan) then made rings out of nuts:) Jack is G&T at making jewellery:) went out on a longboat (with surprisingly low sides:/) and saw spectator ...