Travel Blogs from Cusco
... and HOPE it turns up back in our account !!
13 June 2014
We have an organised day tour through South Adventure Peru of The Sacred Valley, the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, and take this time out to relax and start enjoying ourselves (what's a couple of hundred pounds in bank fees doing ATM withdrawals when we have done so much planning already). The tour is great and our guide Ari is humorous and knowledgeable! We start at 7am and visit ...
... of luggage. It is entirely voluntary. The one room school we visited had no bathroom, no heat source we could find, and little in the way of educational materials. Our travel group watched five little children from about 3 years of age to 7 years of age gobble up some fruit someone from our group had purchased at the local market earlier that morning. We think it was breakfast for most of them.
... hysterics). It was a great way to end our stay in Cusco. Adventures By Disney knows how to entertain!
Once the fun was over it was starting to get late so we decided to head back up to the room and pack up a bit as we'd be flying to Lima tomorrow for our last day and with all of the purchases we'd made over the past week we wanted to ensure our bags were packed well and that everything fit! We had to be out the door by 7:45 am for breakfast so it was lights out at a decent ...
... to bus it up there travel. These breaks were little stopping sections for us to catch our breath. I have no idea how Kate did it with asthma because I felt like I had it! Aside from the hardwork getting up there, the views along the way were beautiful. The moutains peaked out through the clouds as the sun was rising, it was so mystical. We made it to the top in just under an hour. Jimmy estimated about 2 hours for us, so we showed him! We'd walked up in shorts and ...
... one plate was fish from the river we had been hiking along. The rain started to let up and our stomachs were stuffed so we headed out for the last 2 hours of today's hike before settling down for dinner and bed. This last 2 hours was all uphill as we started the climb to Dead Woman's Pass. Again dinner was amazing. They start you with popcorn, crackers, tea and hot chocolate. Then bring you a small appetizer, then a soup, then they would bring out usually four big plates with food ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking