We picked One hour massage with stone massage included. What a massage! My masseuse Louisa was incredible! Professional buy friendly! Place clean and warm. Recommended to get some relax in Ollantaytam...
This magical Andean highland town is located in the small town of Sipaquila in the Andes Mountains, more than 50 kilometers north of downtown Bogot.
For centuries, the people of the town have been with the white mountains for generations, and they have formed an infinite friendship. These white salt mountains stretch for 500 kilometers and their rich salt reserves are available for 5.3 billion people on our planet for 100 years. Salt mines have made the town increasingly prosperous and prosperous. With the crystallization of white mountains the consumption of edible salt and chemical products, the town of Sipaquila is also well known.
At the beginning of the 16th century, the Spaniards, who were conquerors of the American continent, crossed the jungle and turned over the mountains to the white mountains of the plateau. This fertile salt mine resource has made the colonists from Europe covet. They plundered the salt mine resources and rushed the Indians down. Under the whipping of the whip, the Indian salt workers used the most primitive tools to dig and dig in the tunnel well under the dim candlelight. This is an extremely difficult hard labor. The air in the well is turbid, the landslides and poisonous gas occur from time to time, and the salt water is eroded, causing the bruises of the Indian salt workers to be scarred. The shadow of death is threatening them from time to time. The spiritual sustenance to get rid of suffering is to plead for the protection of the gods. Therefore, the salt workers have set up a prayer altar in the tunnel with tears. Here, they can tell the hardships of life, comfort the suffering soul, and comfort the unfortunate body.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
Peru's cliff transparent capsule hotel, want to stay and learn to climb. After 20 minutes of rock climbing, you can arrive at the reception. On the way back from Machu Picchu through the Holy Valley, I saw a guest. More importantly, this hotel is not cheap.