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December 5th 2010
Published: December 12th 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

Na toto rano sme sa uz dlho tesili, zajtra ideme na Inka trail a v cene bola zaplatena aj noc predtym v hoteli. Bez toho aby sme nasu izbu videli sme vedeli, ze to bude najkrajsie a najpohodlejsie ubytovanie ake sme za posledne dva mesiace mali. Den sme sa vsak rozhodli vyuzit lepsie ako povalovanim sa po peknom hoteli a tak sme hned po ubytovani sa vyrazili do Pisaqu. Pisaq je male mestecko asi hodinu autobusom od Cuzca znamy nedelnim trhom a citadelou ktora sa tyci nad mestom. Citadela nas moc neocarila, asi preto ze uz sme podobnych ruin videli vela. Na trhu sme si to uzili, nakupili vela peknych veci a pri kazdej sme sa dohadovali na cene, co bola zabava. Obidvom stranam bolo jasne ze prva cena bola prehnane velka a zrazit cenu o tretinu alebo dokonca polovicu nebol problem. Vecer sme sa vratili do nasej krasnej izby s fungujucim radiatorom - prvy krat pocas nasho cestovania. Sprcha bola dalsia lahodka, tepla voda tak dlho ako sme chcelil. Vzdy ked sa niekam ubytujeme, tak nas slubia teplu vodu, co sa dost casto ukaze nepravda alebo tepla voda tecie, ale asi tak prve 2 minuty. Kto nezazil, neoceni.

We have been looking forward to this morning for a very long time, tomorrow we are leaving for Inca trail and part of the prepaid package was a night before in a hotel. Without seeing our room we knew it was going to be the best and most comfortable room we have have been so far. Anyway, we decided to spend day better than just lazing around our room and after checked in we headed to Pisaq. Pisaq is a little town approximately one hour from from Cuzco famous for its Sunday market and Citadel perched above the town. The Citadel didnt really impressed us, probably because we have already seen many similar ruins. On the market we enjoy ourselves a lot, we bought lots of nice stuff and did lots of haggling. Sellers and us both knew that the asking price was always too high and to get a half off the price wasnt too hard. In the evening we returned into our cosy room with working radiator - the first time during our travels. Another luxury was shower with the constant hot water. Every time we booked in we are promised a hot shower, which quite often turn out to be a different story, and sometimes it works but just for the first two minutes or so. Who didnt experience cant appreciate how lovely it was.

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