San Agustin Urubamba Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for a month or so to dehydrate and press the salt. This is only able to exist because these mountains used to be on the sea bed (they contain ocean salt, fossils and shells), until the two tectonic plates moved across each other and one side was forced up into the sky to creat the Andes. We were amazed because we drove along many dirt tracks, totally off the beaten track, with no street signs to guide us, just the driver's knowledge. Bunniks are amazing, taking ...
... my, spis jednotlivý turisti. Jít podél tratě je totiž úplně nejlevnější cesta jak se dostat k Machu Picchu, pokud mas opravdu malý rozpočet. Také uvidíme první kousek Machu Picchu z dálky, ale opravdu jenom hodně málo je z údolí vidět. Důvod proč postavili Ztracené Město Inku takhle vysoko, je aby nebylo jednoduché ho najit.
Kolem čtvrté odpoledne se dostaneme do Aquas Calientes anebo Machu Picchu Pueblo, jak se ...
... br> We wandered around the overpriced market outside the train station, picked up a few bits and bobs, then got a cuppa coco tea at the station.
Sergio and Yarita arrive, we chatter to them again, lovely couple, they show us some of their snaps from the day. Beautiful sunny panoramas??! It turns out that the clouds lifted 30 minutes after we called it a day, doh!
In-between drinks and snacks on the train, I slept, tiring day.
Back to the hotel and early to bed. Terrific ...
Another early wake up call, but this time the excitement was palpable. For most of us, this was the reason for the trip. For as long as I can remember I was fascinated with the Inca culture and its disappearance, and I loved teaching about it. Sacred Valley is a magical place and we were all ready, not really knowing what to expect. We left the valley on a bus for Ollantaytambo, where we will travel by train to Agua ...
... the way.
The only stop on the way was at Ollantaytambo, 2 hours from our departure time. From there it took us another 90 min to arrive to Aguas Calientes.
The area around this train station was a huge souvenir market, we avoided it this time and rushed through to get to the bus stop as it looked like it was going to rain and we wanted to at least have the classic M.P. photo taken.
After asking for ...