The food was delicious and healthy. Highly recommend the quinoa salad and the chocolate chip cookies. The owner was so nice - even sold us empanadas after she had closed the bakery and refilled our water bottles with safe drinking water. She also gave us lots of suggestions for things to around the town. One of our faves was her suggestion of spending some time with a local named Julio who offered wood carving classes. The afternoon we spent with Julio was by far one of our favorite days of the whole trip. He's a sweet, humble man and a great teacher even with a language barrier present. By the end of our class we felt like we were a part of Julio's family. All part of the wonderful small-town experience you get in Ollantaytambo. So wished we spent more time in this town!
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