Saya Wasi

Address: Kiskapata 1000, Cusco, Peru | Condo
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This condo, located on Kiskapata 1000, Cusco, is near San Blas, Moray, Q'engo, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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      4 months on the road

      A travel blog entry by rachelling1 on Jan 22, 2015

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      ... on too many buses to count and drunk my fair share of the local rum! Central America was amazing and we finished it off with 4 days on a catamaran through the San blast islands on route to Colombia, an experience I will never forget. We stopped off at deserted islands and snorkelled for days, kayaked between different islands,were followed by massive pods of dolphins on several occasions and drunk rum out of coconuts with the local kuna people. Wow.... It's a tough life ...

      Belly Button of the World

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jan 15, 2015

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      ... and temples, including the grandest of them all, Qorikancha, the Temple of the Sun whose walls were lined with sheets of solid gold

      The war-like Incas dominated this region of South America for several centuries using labour from the tribes they conquered to build their impressive cities, fortresses and temples. But it seems that they did adopt building and farming techniques from the conquered tribes and developed further to create a civilization that in many ...

      Days 12 - 13 - Last days in Cusco

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... of Inti or the Sun God himself. They also chopped down all but one Cedar tree. This tree now stands in a very expensive hotel (almost $1000 a night!) and is the only Cedar tree in all of Cusco. We learned a bit about the Peruvian Politics, namely the fact that only 30% of the revenue from tourism actually stays in Cusco. The remaining 70% finds itself in the pockets of rich people in the country's capital, Lima. The guides took us to a store where an older man made ...

      Inca Trail Day 1 to Wayllabamba (12km)

      A travel blog entry by 3beansabroad on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... daunting challenge even more so. Once again, I'm in "Little Engine That Could" mode.

      Lunch was set up for us in a tent set up on a small farm property that had quite a few animals, including 3 little pigs, roaming about. There is a really cool irrigation system here in this part of the mountains that allows you to redirect water using a system of gates. Lunch was soup, trout, rice, roasted mixed vegetables and "digestive tea." The stops are way too long and not ...

      Up S**t Creek Without a Paddle!

      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... housed a large fountain), and the original Spanish churches. We also had to go around several tour companies to try and get a tour to Machu Picchu. As there are many companies which offer the service, it is difficult to know which one to choose. We ended up going with a company called Marcelo's which is located in the main square. They were not only the cheapest in price (not that you should always go cheapest), but they were also the most consistent in the price they told us and ...