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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... with four times their previous force. Manco Inca retreated to his jungle stronghold in Vilcabamba and Ollantaytambo fell into the hands of the Spanish.
These Inca ruins consist of hundreds of stairs to get to the Temple of the Sun. We had to make several stops to catch our breath on the way up.
The town was celebrating its anniversary and there was a festival in the main square with bands, tons of food and lots of ...
... views of Machu Picchu. Three team members opted out of this predicted 7 hour walk - choosing instead the 2 hour van ride to the train station from where we would take a half hour journey in an air-conditioned carriage to Aguas Calientes. From there we would travel to Machu Picchu the following day. Jose had indicated the days walking would be a challenge, but in fact it proved to be an excellent track, with plenty of shade, mostly ...
... part of the trail. Blissfully quiet and far more beautiful then words can describe, I will remember it always even without a picture. We were treated to many gorgeous sights this day and an hour from camp we ended it with another stunning view. Sitting atop the terraces of an Inca site with our legs dangling over the edge we saw glorious snow capped mountains above and the frantic flowing river below. The perfect end to a fabulous day. Day 5: It's here, the final day before ...
... Our guide says this is rare in Lima; it is usually covered in a cloud of mist and no sun penetrates.This city is vast, the buildings similar to those in Manta yet due to the scale and extent of outlying slums (one of which was built in and around a rubbish tip along a stream), this place makes Manta look like a seaside resort. From Lima airport we fly to Cusco, the longest city in occupation in the Americas. We are split into small minibus groups of 15 and assigned a guide. Carlos ...
... thirty centimeters in depth. All are necessarily shaped into polygons with the flow of water carefully controlled and monitored by the workers. The altitude of the ponds slowly decreases, so that the water may flow through the myriad branches of the water-supply channels and be introduced slowly through a notch in one sidewall of each pond. The proper maintenance of the adjacent feeder channel, the side walls and the water-entry notch, the pond's bottom surface, the quantity ...