El Albergue Farm: What to do if you can’t go to Machu Picchu

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By Harry:

I’m not sure if we got the memo that February is a bad month to go to Machu Picchu.  It’s the rainy season, and with the “Climate Change” happening in the world the rainy seasons are really rainy.  Both Bruce and I don’t mind the slower seasons.  It means less tourists and cheaper prices.  However, going to Machu Picchu during the rainy season wasn’t our finest choice.  But, with every problem their is an opportunity.

Joaquine, one of the owners of El Albergue (one of the finest restaurants in the Sacred Valley), invited us to see the family farm since our train was canceled.  So, our unfortunate tour of Macchu Picchu became a fortunate tour of a blooming organic farm in the Sacred Valley!

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