La Chacra Urubamba Hostel

Chajhuar s/n, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hotel
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The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... so we made our way down to the hoards of cheaters that caught the bus to the ruins. When we arrived at the top we had the postcard view overlooking MP. We took some pics before leaving the park and making our way to the cafe for some breaky and to get our tickets for the tour. While we waited for the tickets, we indulged in the first actual toilets we had seen in 4 days -that was not a hole you had to squat over with sore and tired legs.

Once we ...

A true wonder of the world

A travel blog entry by sileas


... but on the other side of the mountain... As we had to go back to Machu Picchu, we climbed uphill another 1.5 hours through rocks and slippery soil. Our legs were in severe pain and I had a hard time forcing myself to keep going. Finally back at where we started, I was so tired that I couldn't feel anything - all I was craving for was water, food and a bed! However, the physical challenge and the extraordinary beauty of Machu Picchu made it to one of the greatest hightlights of my trip!

Day One of The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by immylondon


... wouldn't think it given the size of most of them. They came from farming backgrounds and work as porters seasonally to earn extra income. The dinner was pretty good considering it was cooked 3000m above sea level with basic equipment. I don't think I'd slept in a tent since I was about 8 years and it shouldn't have been a shock that I just about fit into one unless I slept diagonally. Which I couldn't as I was sharing! So an early night to rest for day ...

Day 2 - Dead Woman's Pass

A travel blog entry by annmennen


... mentally and physically shattered. I burst into tears and wasn't sure where to go. There were a few tents but I didn't realise they were numbered. Crying and beaten, I cried "where's my f#cking tent?". One of the poor porters then started going to empty tents opening them to let me see which one had my stuff. After the third attempt we found it. I crawled in and cried like a baby. The worst was over. Hrrmpphhh! ...

Misminay - teach, work, love

A travel blog entry by jackiesoftly


... idea of a community still living a very traditional lifestyle, in a place described as 'where the heavens meet the earth', but at the same time I was a little apprehensive about spending a night with a family, people who not only didn't speak English, but for whom even Spanish is their second language. They speak Quechua, a language spoken long before the Spanish conquest. Our itinerary included a trek of several hours up to the community, and a similar walk the next ...


This hotel, located on Chajhuar s/n, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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