San Agustin Urubamba Hotel
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Beautiful hotel in Urubamba. Quite isolated and not much to do in the city, but after a very long day we had dinner and went to sleep.
We took a 1hr flight from Lima to Cusco this morning. Driving would take 22 hrs,. Cusco is 13 degrees south of the Equator and has a population of 600,000 people. We start at an elevation of 10,800 ft. The moment I get off the plane I feel light headed and my vision is a bit blurred. We're offered a cocoa leaf candy and that seems to help almost …
... been in Fiji.
We were prepared for the cold with bobble hats, gloves and thick jackets, but nothing had prepared us for the strange tropical micro climate around Machu Picchu!
There was evidence of landslides everywhere- in fact the tourist trade was ruined for two months not so long ago as access to Machu Picchu was completely cut ...
... stunk. We took some more pictures before decided it was too squashy up here and went down the back side of the mountain. Judging by the path and stairs at the back not many people walk this way down. The stairs were over grown in parts and we walked through spider webs but it was a great feeling knowing that behind us literally thousands of people were pushing each other in a bid to get the best photos and we were here walking alone, in the quiet. After many stairs, two giant ...
... slugs of rum and then we pretty much ran down to the complex to watch the sun rise over the mountains and hit Machu Picchu. Again- indescribable. We met up with some of the Tucan group who didn't do the trail and had a 2 hour tour through the complex; then we were told we could do what we wished as long as we were at the meeting point in Aguascalientes by 16:00. Four of us stayed at Machu Picchu and walked out to the Inca bridge built into the side of a sheer cliff, then on the ...