Hostal Pakarina

Av. Pachacuteq 803, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, cusc 01, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Pachacuteq 803, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

    Keeping mum on the Inca Trail

    A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Jul 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... The four-day Inca Trail comprises muddy tracks, rocky footpaths and uneven steps which take you all the way to the ruins of Machu Picchu via some astounding scenery. To be frank, I had figured it would be a doddle. I'd get kitted out in some Bear Grylls attire, pack a few Snickers bars and complete the walk each day as part of an Inca conga line. After all, at home I can run a 10K before breakfast without breaking too much of a sweat. Who needs a full eight hours for such a ...

    The Inca trail to Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 14, 2014

    58 photos

    ... There was a rock used for sacrificing animals and the chosen boys or girls would be cleaned and cleansed before continuing on their journey to be offered to the gods. The story is that the chosen children would be cleaned and cleansed, dressed in the finest clothes, then given an alcoholic drink made from corn called chicha, then given coca leaves to chew before being hit on the head and buried or left with a variety of other offerings including various ceramics to appease their ...

    Salkantay and Machu Picchu

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Jul 07, 2014

    99 photos

    ... We were off to a very reassuring start. From there we trekked to our camp for the first night, Soraypampa, arriving just before lunch time. Already the views and landscape are spectacular, and with no more puma sitings, things are looking a little better. After lunch we struggled up Mount Humantay to Lake Humantay, at 4200 metres. This is the highest any us have been before. We're a little breathless, and Tobi is suffering from a killer altitude headache, but it's totally ...

    I'm a lama, lama lama duck. -Machu Picchu!!!

    A travel blog entry by kate.anthonisz on Jul 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... we have 2 hours to finish this trek. Challenge accepted. We set off on a blistering pace and soon realised, not only how sleep deprived we were, but also how thin the air is and how much it screws with your breathing. Pretty soon Jess and I were struggling to get oxygen and Kathy just breezed along somehow! Seriously champion effort. We met people along the way and some told us we were about half way what a load of crock. The climb was large and there were so many types ...

    Walk like an Egyp...I mean Inca.

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jun 20, 2014

    15 photos

    ... The Gringo Killer is a series of switchbacks winding up the glacial mountain for an hour. Clearly we were now all honorary Peruvians as no-one died. As it turned out I didn't even think it was that bad. Our altitude training in Bolivia must have worked. While not a killer, it was still a strenuous few hours to make it to the top of the Salkantay Pass. The night before we had been offered the chance to do this part of the hike on the back of a mule. None of us accepted this ...