Flying Dog Hostel Cusco
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After five weeks of twenty-plus hour bus rides in Argentina we thought the ten to fifteen hour trips in Peru would be smooth and easy. We were wrong. Although, we made sure to ride with only the best companies (Cruz del Sur being our favorite) our bus trip from Arequipa to Cusco was rough. Despite the decent food, somewhat spacious seats, and rowdy …
Note that while Cusco is listed as the destination, many other locales (including Macchu Picchu) were visited.
Après ce petit voyage bien sympathique depuis Quito qui restera pour nous le symbole absolu de notre capacité physique à résister aux odeurs d'urine sur des routes en lacets, notre capacité à utiliser les toilettes du bus pendant que le chauffeur s'amuse à rouler à contre sens et à braquer aux derniers moments pour éviter le camion benne ou le …
Wow. This entry is going to be a big one, so I´m going to let Danae tell part of it with her blog (available on Facebook), which contains far more detail. Photos can be found on Facebook.
(Is it Cusco or Cuzco? Lonely Planet spells it Cuzco, but the city itself spells it Cusco, so I´m going with the latter version!)
We arrived in …
After the Inca Trail we needed a bit of R & R. We were overjoyed to find an English pub that did Sunday roasts! Much to our surprise they were very tasty and just like a pub roast at home. Michael even fitted in an apple & apricot crumble. We also found a restaurant that served great hot chocolates and gave us a good view over the main …
How has this hostel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.