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, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Urubamba

        Machu Picchu

        A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 17, 2015

        24 photos

        ... Scotland.

        After that it was time to collect our bags from storage and make our way to the train station where someone from Condor Travel was supposed to meet us and give us more information. Im not sure what other information we should have had and I hope it wasn't vital because no one found us at the designated spot at 1pm. We weren't too worried because we had train tickets so waited 10 minutes then boarded the train back to Ollantaytambo.

        Farewell Machu ...

        Trekking - Day Five

        A travel blog entry by adventure_megs on Sep 17, 2015

        39 photos

        ... that the soil in the terraces was found to be soil from the rainforest and that the incas transported the soil up into the terraces as they knew it was richer and better to grow crops. He talked to us about Hiram Bingham who was a historian who became fascinated in the Inca's and managed to convince a villager to allow his son to take him up to Machu Picchu. He wasn't expecting to find such a large site. Jose told us that the first paying tourist came ...

        Machu Picchu

        A travel blog entry by jam.kilp on Aug 09, 2015

        12 photos

        ... is becoming more apparent. What makes this all the more impressive is the Incas only ruled for 100 years yet were so prolific and advanced in their skills. Winding our way down we are surprised to see relatively few tourists as we wove in and out of passageways, rooms and through gateways, whilst patting the roaming llamas. It felt very special to be here and witness the achievement and legacy that the Inca civilisation left. After a couple of hours it was time for our hairy ...

        Pisco Sour Tour

        A travel blog entry by jessicaring on Jul 23, 2015

        11 photos

        ... Pisco Sour was the purple corn sour, which is a mixture of Pisco and the traditional sweet Peruvian purple corn. We ended our Pisco Sour tour with our Machu Picchu guide, Freddie. As a native Peruvian, he insisted that we needed to try the Passion fruit sour. It was delicious! We had a very relaxing day in Machu Picchu Pueblo, followed by fun, drinking and ...

        On our way to Urubanba

        A travel blog entry by jrubina on Jul 21, 2015

        21 photos

        We are due to be picked up a 9am for our day excursion and transfer to our hotel in Urubamba, El Tambo del Inka. This will be our base from where the 4 of us intrepid travelers (Luz Maria and Juan and us) will commence our trip to Macchu Picchu and other sites of interest. Our first night in Cuzco was without problems although we had a very restless sleep. The air is very dry and with the addition of oxygen in the rooms (pumped though the air conditioning is meant ...