San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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... brought along the way, and he took cuteness to a new level. The ladies served up this meat soup as a late breakfast and once again, the food was amazing and went beyond our expectations. After eating, Jhonatan's dad and father in law took us for a walk down by the Sacred River, before walking back to the local soccer field, where the boys had a quick game of soccer. It was Australia-Canada vs Peru. We started well scoring the first goal ...
... as the conquistadors set up shop in Cusco back when they first came to South America, so there's a couple massive beautiful churches and it's also built into a mountain so you can see all the houses and buildings above the city. I hung out with a guy on our tour name Connall for a good chunk of the day and we somehow wound up at the most horrendous natural history museum ever. It was probably the size of my bedroom and they should have fired ...
I will pick up this blog from Ollantaytambo, where we began our 4-day hike along the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu.
We left the hotel in Ollantaytambo early on a Monday morning, excited but slightly apprehensive of the long hike ahead of us. A few stats to begin with: the hike along the Inca Trail is 44 km, covered largely over the first three days; the steepest ascent is on day 2, climbing 1,200m (net); reaching a ...
... of the surroundings in every direction. Machu Picchu is the outstanding art gallery of nature. It's not a big leap to see how the Incans came to consider the mountains their gods, or "apus," for their power to move is inescapable.
Does Machu Picchu deserve its reputation as one of the most dramatic places in the world? Without a doubt in these two travelers' minds.
... we arrived we went off with our host Caroline, walking the windy dirt tracks towards the market. The walk in itself was great, huge mountains surrounding us, locals in traditional wear and it felt like this was the true South America. The market had everything. We bought mostly fruit and veg. We didn't quite fancy taking a live rabbit away in a carrier bag or a tied up sheep. It was busy and fun. No haggling needed when most things were 1 sole - 25p!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel Urubamba
Friendly staff but something left to be desired if you are looking to have some piece and quiet.
Piscco Sours were fabulous!
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