Hotel Suenos del Inka
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of a conquered tribe, the Kiilke, and from Cusco they ruled their polyglot and heterogeneous empire. When Pisarro captured, ransomed, and murdered Atahualpa, he cut off the head of the Inca state, and subjugated it to the Spanish Empire. It took another forty years before the last remnants of the Inca Empire was extinguished, but the Spanish were in control.
Cusco now was the center for Spanish colonization and the spread of Christianity ...
... issued with tickets/maps for the trek. He gives us a quick run down of the trip and we start our descent to the base of the canyon. Fog has set in and we can't make out the bottom and all we can see is the road ahead of us. As Roy explains certain things along the way, our favourite lady just keeps walking ahead and Roy yells out to her to tell her to stop, she turns and says 'I'm in a bit of a hurry so can we get a move on' and he responds with 'do you know the way? ...
... in it that was white and had the flavour of a banana and vanilla... It was different but super good. I'm on the hunt to figure out what it was! We ended up in a little cafe where this guy started talking to us, asking where were from, etc. (finally, strangers talking to us and not me starting the conversation!!) he's from Washington and has made a similar trip to ours, except he stopped in the Galápagos Islands. He's also had more time in each place and ...
... top which was a total height of 2,600m. The steps cut across the road that the buses went up to the top but the road takes about an hour more as it zig zags up the mountain. We arrived at the top sweating heavily and very tired but we knew we were here and it was what the whole trek had been leading up too. We were the first group up there and went to the check point where you got your ticket checked and passport checked. The line built up behind ...
... The Cooking class was really good. I learnt alot about the types of ingredients peruvian cuisine uses and also a couple of things about their customs and decorations. We were shown an oochu potato which was a really odd shape. This potato is given to a sons girlfriend and the time she takes to peel it determines if the mum think the girl is good enough for her son. The next part of the class involved tasting lots of different types of exotic fruits. Just only wish i could remember ...