Rio Sagrado Hotel

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

Dead BFro's Pass (Day 50)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Nov 29, 2014

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... from the other side. Again, words and pictures don't adequately describe the long trail of multi-colored neon backpacks scurrying through the lushness of the Andes Highlands. Again, we formed our group of 3 and finished the most difficult ascent of the hike in about 50 minutes. Bre was being her ever positive self by encouraging us forward to "the next curve in the path" before we would take a brief pit stop. I'm glad we reached this ...

Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 25, 2014

8 photos

... 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 ...

Guinea Pigs - From Pen to Plate

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 26, 2014

... like chicken skin that is the best part of a roast
chook. The meat tastes similar to chicken, but much oilier. And it is full of bones! Very little meat, I can see why it is a delicacy reserved for special occasions. It was served with two overdone baked potatoes and a bland avocado sauce. And more chicha. I can't say it was my favourite meal, but certainly my most memorable.

My journey back to the lodge was in a 'moto-taxi' – a motor ...

AYAHUASCA!!!

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 ...

Day One of The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by immylondon on Jan 10, 2014

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... All I kept thinking was don't fall into the river! We'd layered up to begin with but soon the sun was out in full force, so off went the fleeces and on slapped sunscreen. The scenery was pretty impressive to begin with and we walked alongside the mighty Urubamba river, although the sight of power and telegraph lines was slightly annoying. I also spotted the Peru Rail train working its way up to Machu Pichu. I'm sure in a day or two I'd be crying to ...