Hospedaje Intikahuarina

Address: Intiqhawarina, Cusco, 619, Peru | B&B
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This B&B, located on Intiqhawarina, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), Perurail, and Moray.
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Puno and Lake Titikaka/Bolivia

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 07, 2014

1 comment

... the lake. Lots of boats of all descriptions, lots of semi complete buildings, just like everywhere we've visited and lots of traveller accomodation. We chose the Miridor hotel and bagged a room on the ground floor for eighty Bolivian dollars per night. This works out at eight quid between the two of us. Although I was hardly hungry we headed off to find supper. The main town centre is only a street away. Many of the cafes have gardens at the front and seem full of ...

Third Day of the Trek

A travel blog entry by richardjward on Sep 27, 2014

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We left camp at around seven fifteen to begin the journey to Ancaschocha, which is around 13 kilometres away. We passed through the Puka Kassa which was a tricky pass at a height of 4700m or 15420 feet. Total trek time was around seven hours. When we arrived we played the porters at football, losing 4-2 despite a well taken goal from substitute Ward... ...

Into Thin Air

A travel blog entry by mikeandharmony on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... br> We walked to Mr Soup and both had outstanding bowls of soup. Mike had quinoa and vegetable and Harmony had a Japanese inspired noodle soup. Delicioso! After that, we strolled around the main square, Plaza de Armas, and just took it easy because Mike couldn't walk 1/4 of a mile without getting winded, even with all of the hiking training before the trip.

Harmony had our first full ...

Bye bye Jungle you beautiful thing you!

A travel blog entry by samandkevin on Sep 07, 2014

... the dock and onto the coaches to the airport. At the airport we said goodbye to Marlena, the best jungle guide in the world and to Dave and Sandra who had helped make our jungle trip so fun and boarded our plane to Cusco.

I know I have been a bit monkey heavy in these few entries but I can' t stress enough the range of wildlife we have seen, countless beautiful butterflies one a beautiful metallic blue one as big as my palm that caught the light and shone ass ...

Feeling the altitude

A travel blog entry by angela_louise on Aug 29, 2014

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I had one of the worst nights' sleep ever on the bus - winding mountain roads, sharp braking as well as a child who threw up every hour for the whole journey. We reached a road block after breakfast and had to wait for an hour and a half to pass, so we didn't arrive in Cusco until 2:30pm, 5 hours later than expected. David and I had hoped to spend the day looking around and adjusting to the altitude, but there wasn't much time.

We raced ...