San Agustin Monasterio de la Recoleta Hotel
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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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... up pace and you see spectacular waters, waves crashing against huge boulders. Lobo told us the story of how Elnino affected this small town, the strong winds, rain and the the rising river broke through barriers and wrecked small hotels on its boundary, some of these hotels are still rebuilding today. Our walk takes us to the Machu Pichu museum, where it explains in detail how Higham Bingham found the site, what was there and ...
... cars, people, houses unfinished, noises, it really looked third world. Luckily we didn't stop there. I do need to explain these houses unfinished in Peru, apparently you pay less tax if your house is still being built..dum idea because all of Peru is full of houses with reinforcing steel poking out the top ready for when they build the second story 'yea right'.
I also continue to not understand this wandering dog thing. They really ...
I was up at sparrows this morning. I have heard that you must go the MP early. So 5am I was up and by quarter past I was out the door. Lucky too, there was already a line for the buses at least 200 meters long and in the next 15 minutes until the first bus would leave, the line doubled. If was 6am before I even got on a bus and then about 630 before getting through the gates.
I don't know where I was going, but I remember Jay had told me that I have to go up to the top ...
... tomorrow, to watch the sunrise, followed by exploring the ruins more, climbing the next door mountain 'Huayana Picchu' and getting massages! I'm sorry that today's entry has not been quite as detailed, but it will be a whole lot better and interesting when I can upload the photos! This place is honestly unbelievable and we have had a fair number of 'pinch yourself' moments already! See you tomorrow, The ...
... worth of group gear and 5kg of their own gear; but they walk exactly the same trail as us gringos. Our first day was 12km of relatively easy walking, it became clear quite early on that there were different paces and walking styles in the group. Bernhard and I had a similar style so we ended up keeping each other company at the front of the group. We saw our first lot of Inca ruins on the trail, a little but below us in the valley and not long before lunch. Our first campsite/lunch ...