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Author Archives: Pat Feldhaus
Our next stop in Cuzco was El Mino. the black market, where everything from CD’s to name-brand shoes was sold for incredibly low prices. After lunch at a local pizzeria, we returned to the central square and trooped into the … Continue reading
At our New Year’s Eve dinner in our Cuzco hotel, Walter, our guide, provided hats, masks, whistles balloons and streamers. We all received good luck by being sprinkled with rice and yellow confetti and eating grapes. Day 7 – We … Continue reading
Day 6 – I stayed at the hotel while Kathy and some others returned to Machu Picchu to climb to the summit of Huayana Pichu (young mountain). After lunch at our hotel which jutted over the rapids of the Urubamba, … Continue reading
Upon entering our hotel room, Kathy called to me,”Mom, look at what’s in our shower!” I thought maybe some special shower device. No. It was a very long insect wiggling along the floor. The bell boy who came in and … Continue reading
The train ride from Ollantaytambo to Agua Caliente (base camp for Machu Pichu) was one hour and 20 minutes in a vista dome coach car with an included snack served by the porters. Since there”s only one track that runs … Continue reading
Day 5 – With only an overnight bag we climbed onto the bus for our adventure to Machu Pichu; however, before we boarded the train, we went for a city tour of Urubamba by way of a moto-taxi for every … Continue reading
On our afternoon adventure to the Incan fortress of Ollantaytambo (one of the few places where the Incans defeated the Spaniards in 1536), we saw families tilling their plots with oxen and many small boys and girls herding sheep and … Continue reading
Urubamba River Trip continued: The other four members of our entourage learned how to hold the paddle correctly and follow the captain’s commands of “forward,” “stop,” and “back paddle.” All I had to do was enjoy the gorgeous scenery with … Continue reading
Da y 4 - Full day today which started with a bus ride up the Andean highway witha photo-op for a glacier on the second highest peak (22,000 ft. elevation) in the Andes. Walter said that global warming poses … Continue reading