Rio Sagrado Hotel

Address: Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Urubamba

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 25, 2014

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... it quickly which is why evidence was left as to how some things were built and what some things were used for.

Probably 500 people lived here. Each day now there are 4000 visitors and because of that, Unesco would like to reduce or remove visitors to the site. Peru wants it to remain open because of the huge tourist dollars ...

The Serenity of the Sacred Valley

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 25, 2014

... of a Sharman – a local medicine doctor.

This lodge was amazing – a rustic complex with adobe brick cottages dotted amongst wild gardens with an ancient aquaduct built by the Incas running along the boundary. Melted snow from the mountain above was rushing along the aquaduct, the sound adding to the wonder of
this property. I met Nancy the manager, and was introduced to Lola and Julietta the resident ...


A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

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... hopeless to be honest. I let myself go, still sitting though, listening to him singing non stop. Few minutes and BOOM! I realise that I go in something new, I am "Mareado" at last, the kind of opening state you are before getting the visions. I feel like being slow, behind everything that is hapening around me. All my senses are opened crazy. And it is a bix mix: constant thunderlights on the background, bats go crazy above my head, some rats fight behind me and ...

Km 38 and The Rain

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 09, 2013

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... Some of the girls got wet, but luckily our roof held tight. We were supposed to have a mobile clinic today, but because of the sudden deluge, the roads became a red and impassible soup such that it was decided to wait until tomorrow for the clinic.

At around noon, we went to Km 38 to drop off some of Dr. Gow-li’s party. While we were there ...

Downtime and Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 07, 2013

... military
checkpoints looking for drugs. Parts of the road were washed out and pure dirt.
I asked the pastor whether the road we were on was the main road to Lima, to
which he responded in the affirmative. Driving in Peru is treacherous to say
the least.

Once we reached the waterfall,
we had an excellent time swimming and taking a break from the busyness ...