Flying Dog Hostel Cusco

Address: Choquechaca 469, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Choquechaca 469, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Inca Museum, and Munaycha.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFlying Dog Hostel Cusco

      Reviewed by heatherebekah

      Nice place

      Reviewed Nov 25, 2011
      by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews Flying Dog Hostel Cusco

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Cusco

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      A travel blog entry by sanafijioz on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... and saw some chickens (the chickens here look weird). On the way back to the boat we saw alligator eyes in the dark in the water:/ Ismael also used his cat-like reflexes to catch a female firefly and show us it's glowing belly. He told us how he used to catch them as a child and break open the belly, using the insides for glow-in-the-dark face paint. Ismael was full of firefly stories and facts, as we would discover over the next few days! Got back to our lovely lodge, had dinner and ...

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      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Sep 04, 2014

      ... the thermal hot springs where David tried out some of the pools. He was not able to get in the hottest which was 40 Celsius. There was one pool that had both the underground boiling water and the freezing nearby glacial river water flowing into it so you had to find the right spot in the mix between freezing and cooking. We then travelled to a nearby village to a small restaurant for lunch where again we were the ...


      A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... We should have been anthropologists. So after all the fakery of Puno, we were really excited to go to Cusco to experience something that had been at the top of our list of 'must dos' in South America: The Inca Trail. We had booked a 5 day trek that went through the mountains and up to an altitude of 4650m above sea level, before descending and concluding in the ancient city of Macchu Picchu to watch the sun rise. For the first three days we trekked for hours and hours through ...


      A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... s the only one that hasn't got sick yet. That time we opened her door and the most rank smell almost knocked us off our feet. She said the pipes were busted in her toilet. Haha please. The pipes. If that's not being sick, I don't know what is. Not sure why I'm getting bagged out about my pants. So what I only packed one pair of pants and I've been wearing them for three months. Mum said pack one of your favourite pants. So I did. Sorry, I didn't know I would be wearing them ...

      Consistency and Comida

      A travel blog entry by mbourland94 on May 28, 2014

      ... arrived at Villa Carmen, we all got to meet the head chef at the station, a woman named Lus. She is really nice and speaks a bit of English to making it a little easier to communicate with her. Even more notable, the food that she cooks as absolutely top notch. Coming off of eating Easy Mac, Ramen, and other college food and being served wholesome meals with plenty of fruits and veggies is a delight. Even in the first few ...