Hospedaje Intikahuarina

Intiqhawarina, Cusco, 619, Peru | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Machu Pichu, lost city of the Inkas

A travel blog entry by svaneflight

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... of the gorge, which we also had to cross a few times. The first time was on a rickety cable bridge where some of the boards were missing or broken and the second time we had to sit in a small basket without any safety belts or other safety measures and get pulled across the couple of hundred meters deep abyss on a cable and of course all went well. Right at the end of the track, and literally 100 meters before we reached the natural hot springs which was going to ...

Trekking through Colca Canyon!

A travel blog entry by jdtrip

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... shattered on the path about 50 metres in front of us. Despite several groups starting at the same time, the rock missed everyone and landed perfectly in the middle of our group and another slightly further ahead. Having reached the river at the bottom of the canyon, we then walked for another 20 minutes and arrived, unscathed, at our final destination around 2pm where we chilled out and, later that night, gazed up at the blanket of stars in the clear ...

Peru highlights

A travel blog entry by bteam1

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... spirits, we were busy making new friends in our big group of 16 (all of whom were absolute legends!) We were pleasantly surprised by the amazing food being cooked up by our porters and chef. We shuffled our bags around and found the most comfortable way to carry our loads, decided on how many layers were required for the variable weather and fll into step with whoever seemed to be at the same pace as ourselves. Day 2 - the big one! This is what they warn you about!! ...

The Market, Chutas bread and Tipon Farming Station

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie

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... was grown in the mild valleys. There is a 41-degree difference between the top of the terraces and the bottom. So, they wanted to create potatoes and corn that could grow in the opposite climate to create more variety in the diet of the people. They experimented for more than 100 years on these terraces until they were successful.

There is a natural spring under the terraces that has produced a constant waterfall, even in the rainy season, ...

Boleto Turistico - part 1

A travel blog entry by minicooper

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... in these horizontal lines for the ability to grow different crops at different and more ideal temperatures, and that when the Spanish came, they introduced farming the crops in vertical strips. However, due to the climate and difficulties with irrigation, these farms were less successful than their Incan-run counterparts. We then visited "Salineras" which is more salt! This time, salt "pans" which are located at the bottom of a valley, and have been used for thousands of years ...

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This B&B, located on Intiqhawarina, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), Moray, and Perurail.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding