Hosteria Illarimuy

Address: Manzanapata S/N , Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Manzanapata S/N , Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Urubamba

Wow, wow, wow.....this is Macchu Pichu

A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 17, 2014

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... passports we went to the Sanctuary Lodge restaurant for lunch. The buffet was great and gave me time to recover.

After lunch we took the bus down to Aguas Calientes and spent the last half an hour in the handicraft market, my leg was OK but I didn't want push myself so I just took it easy.

At 5:20pm we were already in the "Vistadome" starting our journey back to Cusco.

The staff on board put up a fashion ...

Machu Picchu Jungle Trek

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 11, 2014

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... uphill then it became undulating and mostly flattish. Majority of the walk was along cliff edges of a mountain (on some very narrow paths with no barrier) but then we made our way down to the valley and the last 2 hours were along the river edge. Had a massive lunch (4 course) and good break in some hammocks half way, which made it hard to get going again but we soon stopped for a quick dip in the river which was pretty chilly but refreshing which woke us up. Much to ...

Dead BFro's Pass (Day 50)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 29, 2014

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... pressure/strain on your body especially your knees. The last section was a series of stone steps down to our camp site which took approximately 2.5 hours. We decided to take our time and it gave us the opportunity to truly enjoy the moment and take in our surroundings. Unfortunately this section of trail isn't original - the original trail ran up near a waterfall overhead, but collapsed during a rock slide a few years ago. It was beautiful ...

Leaving Boston for Peru. Lima

A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 05, 2014

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... phenomenal. We drove for a while and then visited a vineyard. White grapes are then distilled into Pisco. Tastings galore ensued. Did the effect of this affect my judgement at the next step where Heather very wisely declined a dune buggy trip but I said yes and then proceeded to repeat the word "no" to the driver who drove over massive dunes with G force plummets the like of which I'd never experienced before and won't again! Lunch included more Pisco and then we sped on a two ...

Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes, Peru

A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 31, 2014

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... Back at the house we made our way to the kitchen (compete with guinea pigs roaming around - they like the warmth of the fire) where we helped remove the kernels from the dried cobs of corn. There are many vegetables that are a staple in the farmers and the Peruvian diet: corn, potatoes, beans, quinoa, the list goes on. Corn comes in many colours and sizes. It's not like North America where everything is mass supplied and probably genetically modified. This is real corn that has ...