Hotel Suenos del Inka
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Departed Lima this morning on our domestic charter to Cusco. Tried out the National drink, IncaCola while at the airport. Very sweet. Regular coke seems less sweet and less carbonated here in Peru. Visited Sacsayhuaman Archaelogical Site before checking into Hotel Monaserio. Lovely hotel that was previously a Monastery. Buffet ...
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... to a local bus terminal for the beginning of a long trip. We had the evening before read another travellers blog about getting from Cusco to Aguascalientes (the small town at the base of Machu Picchu) in the most economical of ways. The bus from Cusco, 15 soles each, took us 6 hours winding up and down mountain after mountain until reaching the small mountain town of Santa Maria. When we got of the bus we were completely mobbed by local taxi drivers! Fortunately ...
... menu. And I relished the fact that I finally did something that was well beyond what I expected my body could do, confirming of course that...queue 80's Eye if a Tiger music...you are only as limited as what limitations you place on yourself. I know terribly corny but appropriate. So after 4 days of no shower...a urinal smell that will stay with me for a very long time..if not forever...a new 'tan' of sun burn and dirt that won't go and 6kg of laundry at the ...
... and by the time we reached the final bend in the road we realised that there was an entrance fee to even the viewpoint over the city. It wasn't just paying a single fee at the gate, you needed to buy a 'Tourist Ticket' which is valid for all archeological sites in the wider Cusco area.
We turned around and decided to walk up to the Statue of Christ instead which we knew was free. Going by the road would have taken ages so we decided to work our ...