Hotel El Ingenio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Ingenio Cajamarca
The main problem with the hotel was the mold in the closet of the room. Matress and pillows in poor condition. But it was very quiet and has beautiful gardens and yard.
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Travel Blogs from Cajamarca
... ruins and in the afternoon to Ventanillas de Otuzco. The next morning we woke to grey cloudy sky and just crossed our fingers it would not rain while we were out. Bustling for a spot in a tour van we were eventually taken around the corner to where even more vans were waiting and jumped aboard. We drove for nearly an hour to Cumbe Mayo a set of interesting rock formations, however the location is best known for the ruins of a Pre-Incan aqueduct ...
... constellations, humans and
animals – many were unidentifiable to me due to erosion and distance.
The surrounding area is very scenic too, with grassy sheep
strewn valleys with impressive volcanic rock formations on the surrounding
cumbe’s (hilltops) – of course, they have all been given names, such as Castle
or Sanctuary and many individual rocks have been named according to very loose
resemblances at certain angles, el rey (the king) ...
... playing and about 10 customers and ended up getting pretty drunk. It was an incredible place - the main guy is a renowned socialist singer and it was an incredible experience, so so intimate and awesome. However the next day was a 10 hour bus journey through the windy roadsof the high Andes which I dully was ill and for about 7 of those hours. A bus journey to ...
... face to widen the road but have not yet levelled the surface. Beautiful scenery, interesting villages with cattle markets, even thunder and a bit of rain as well as the usual blazing sunshine. Cajamarca is another colonial town with pretty old buildings and a Plaza de Armas. We went to see the room where Inca ruler Atahualpa was held prisoner whist the Incas collected gold and silver to ransom him, then the Spanish killed him anyway - end of the ...
... our HUMONGOUS luxury bathtub.
It was heaven in a room, a giant bathtub with a huge fast flowing natural hot and cold water pipes. We managed to get an hour out of our ticket and we enjoyed every last minute of soaking our bus weary bones. However all good things must come to end, so we reluctantly got out and went about preparing for our next 17 hour bus journey to Ica in the south of Peru.
By Eilidh, my first blog.