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

      The Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by want9814 on Nov 10, 2014

      47 photos

      Sunday night we got everything packed and set for the Inca Trail knowing that it was going to be an early one the following day. Monday morning came and we woke up at 4:30 to get picked up by a bus to head out on the Inca Trail, the part of the trip that we had first planned months ago (it made us realize how far we have come and how long we have been gone). Since we were half asleep at the time we didn't recognize until later that there were some awesome people on the ...

      Leaving Boston for Peru. Lima

      A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 05, 2014

      180 photos

      ... in a dirt floor, adobe kitchen complete with baked mud stove. Soups and a vegetarian fair were served to us for dinner then breakfast and lunch. Sleeping accommodation was comfortable and the chamber pots under the beds were welcome compared to clambering through the yard. The farm/homestay was run by 2 women in their twenties who looked after their parents, though they were still active. Conversation was sparse but convivial due to language challenges. Aymara is not a ...

      Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes, Peru

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Oct 31, 2014

      72 photos

      ... downhill and it's a killer on the knees. I wasn't unaffected but I certainly found it easier than the uphill. We were joined for some time by the members of our other Wayki team. We all found it a little surprising that we were so segregated from each other. On day 2 I literally didn't see two of the members. We cheered for the other two when they came in to camp. One of the ladies on the other trek team was having a really hard time with the altitude and the inclines. But day 3 ...

      INCA TRAIL.......

      A travel blog entry by lizzie.hunscott on Sep 27, 2014

      3 comments, 112 photos

      ... and pancakes for breakfast. We then had a 5 hour uphil to start the day. We were aiming to climb 1200m to make the top of the mountain which was 4250m high. The last part of the hill is called Dead Women"s Pass, which I thought was quite an ironinc name due to me feeling not that well. It was beautful walking through the forest, even if it was uphil! We had the whole day to do 12km though so lots of breaks helped and I made it to the top wooooo! I ...

      Aguas Calientas

      A travel blog entry by canalannie on Sep 23, 2014

      ... up pace and you see spectacular waters, waves crashing against huge boulders. Lobo told us the story of how Elnino affected this small town, the strong winds, rain and the the rising river broke through barriers and wrecked small hotels on its boundary, some of these hotels are still rebuilding today. Our walk takes us to the Machu Pichu museum, where it explains in detail how Higham Bingham found the site, what was there and ...