Flying Dog Hostel Cusco
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Good place to spend a few days. Beds are nice, breakfast is decent, internet sucks. Travel agent in hostel can book cheap, fun treks and tours to Machu Picchu.
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Ah peru! A very different yet similar country to Bolivia. I hadn't noticed the complete lack of american influence on Bolivia until arriving at cusco being welcomed by the golden arches, the main square is home to a Starbucks, KFC and MacDonalds. Cusco is beautiful and busy. It is the example of a south american metropolis. The main square is …
... a cancellation just came in and we were in luck. What a magnificent find! It is a restaurant worthy of Chicago or New York. We had trouble picking from the menu. Gerry had been wanting to try alpaca so he ordered it. Sue had a chicken dish and Yvonne and I chose seafood dishes. They were all outstanding! And best of all our total bill including a bottle of wine was $120! Try that in Seattle or Chicago. Peru truly has some wonderful restaurants.
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... for the piñata making and there were little hands everywhere grabbing things and ripping the bag wide open. We learned from that one! We started with the colouring and the boys were all so excited for new colouring books. They esp loved the books with word searches and connect the dot pictures and activities. Suddenly there were a ton of kids in the "school" room. It was raining. So we kept colouring, played some games and some kids were working on home work for ...
... on TripAdvisor, El Hada. It lived up to expectation and the plum compote in the lemon flavour cone was amazing. On the way back we popped into the chocolate museum which was more a few boards with information on and some samples. 30 minutes later and we were full of samples. We came back to the hostel after our day of museums and Skyped our friend Phil from Camp America last year then afterwards went out to meet Joe and Olly for a drink (the guys from our Salkantay trek). We were ...
... sandwich of hommus, egglant, capsicum, avocado, olives and lime. An ultimate post walk treat!
In the evening started packing and weighing our gear for the inca trail and separating them into our day pack and main bag (6kg only!) see inca trail briefing post!
Dinner was at a famous Pollo (chicken) restaurant similar to Nandos back home. The chickens are woodovened and marinated with 40 different spices and flavours including Pisco.
I ordered a 1/4 ...