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... like a blind person (no offense to those hard of seeing, I just didn't know how to use them). So you can imagine my surprise when I finally picked my head for once that whole hour to see two massive rabid dogs foaming at the mouth and barking at us like crazy. Of course the path is only 2 feet wide with no where to run so I begin to panic. I devised a plan. "Logan walk in front of me to lead the way and Kais walk next to me to defend me from the side." In 5 seconds both were in ...
... away with each other and with some of the volunteers at Villa Carmen. Some of these volunteers had been working at the station for over a year now, so they know their way around the place, and the trails as well. That night, the volunteers decided to have a bonfire and invited all of us to join. So we gathered headlamps and flashlights , wood for the fire, and went on a short hike to get to ...
The apartment had its big pros and cons. The fact that the hot water was very temperamental and Betty was a bit of a nightmare; and we couldn't cook as much as we wanted. However it was great fun to have all the freedom and to not be in a hostel every so often is such a relief.
We've booked our jungle trek to Machu Picchu for the next 4 days, which includes white water rafting, mountain biking and a rather a lot of ...
... were 20 metres straight up with very thin stairs. Nothing was easy.
After lunch the trek was long. Many steep descents and many small narrow edges of the Inca trail with straight drops to one side.
Here our group was spread out over an hour a apart from those in the lead to those at the tail. Again some of us chose to follow ...
... season each year because of the river separating the site from the rock quarry. It took over 50 years to build and was abandoned before it was complete. Store houses for grains and corn were built in the mountain across from the site because of the direction of the wind. They were built in such a way that the wind would pass through the store houses and dry the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Warari Cusco
Friendly staff, cocoa leaf tea on tap, great bed and a quiet hotel make this a fab place to stay. Close to markets and Ave Sol, so all essential services within walking distance.
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