Sonesta Hotel Cusco
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Beautiful stay after our Inca Trial
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A few days back in Cusco to relax and rest after our amazing Inca Trial and Machu Picchu experience. We enjoyed the city, did some shopping and had a well deserved massage... Now it's of to Rio de Janeiro for our Brazil adventure, we still can't quite believe we have now done the Inca Trial and seen Machu Picchu... Such amazing memories of Peru.. …
... looked exactly like chicken noodle soup except with beef in it! That was delicious! Then the main course was brought out. And sitting on the plate in front of me was a friend flat chicken with plantain and a chicken's penis cut and shriveled up. I was appalled. There was absolutely no way I was going to eat chicken ball sack for dinner. Then I looked at Madyson plate and she had a full blow trout on her plate and at the end furthest away from me ...
... here. Shortly after we headed off for Pisac but the weather hasn't improved so went to the local market first off. On the way the locals can be seen making their way to work, a pack of dogs fighting over a ***** and an obligatory pig wandering about. At the market, lots of colour lots of crafts and endless amounts of alpaca clothing. Hard not to spend all the money in this one place. After that it was off to Pisac Archaeological Park. Another Inca wonder. The ...
... unprotected part of the park is getting ruined by loggers and miners. Peru has huge gold reserves a lot of which are found along the river. You could see people working along the river sifting for gold. They use mercury to bind the gold flakes together and then tip the mercury into the river. Biologists have even found mercury in the blood of one of the jaguars. The loggers have pretty much decimated the trees in this area as well. We then had to get a taxi to the next ...
The Sacred valley was closed to all tourists today due to the local strike against the bus company in Aguascalientes , so we will try to get there tomorrow. We have been averaging 14000 steps a day and they are all uphill r downhill, so I am real glad we trained a bit. With the changes in our itinerary today it gave us a chance to see ...