Hostal Huaynapata

Calle Huaynapata 369, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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A day to forget

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl

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... say that being New Year Day it was likely that the airport was now closed!!!!!!

Eoin was not a happy man. The I Pad contained electronic copies of all of our travel documents, reading material, bank account details etc. Fortunately it was all password (and in some cases double password) protected and the moment the password system was compromised, the GPS would tell us exactly where the I pad was. It never did!

Roll on ...

Feliz Navidad

A travel blog entry by andiegriffiths

... more. When I got to the top I ran up a little extra bit and waited with the others to cheer everyone in. Once the last person got to the top I playing Memories, David Guetta on my phone! Patrick had speakers and alcohol so we ended up all having a shot and a dance at the top of the mountain!! After that we walked downhill for a few hours until we got to the camp.

Everytime we arrived at the camp for either lunch or dinner the porters had already arrived, set up tents ...

Christmas and New Years Peruvian style

A travel blog entry by humpooper

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... The Peruvians all seem to have to buy a new 'stable scene' each Christmas, a new baby Jesus (who looks quite scary with a curly black perm on his head) and of course a new outfit for him. This baby Jesus didn't settle for a mere clothe, he was dressed to the nines in finery, also adding to his creepiness. About 50% of the market catered for the Christmas decoration needs and then the other bits of it was the weaving, painting and general Peruvian goods for tourists. We saw some ...

Day 1: 9km, 4:26, climbed 300m

A travel blog entry by karinakr

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... for the mules, donkeys, and us of course. We learned from Ruben and Jose that only the locals use mules and at worst, in case of emergencies or injuries would the tourists be lucky enough to catch a ride. Along the path we came across homes and kiosks of the local people. I noted that only women and young children surrounded the homes and kiosks, while the men were only seen on the path. Given the abudent amount of tourists, these familikes ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by travel2013-2014

... wet it's fungi ride the bike on those curve road with summer rain. :) We arrived at Santa Marin. It's hot hot hot. Freddie went for rafting. I have nothing to do. So I came out to town and watched ppl play volleyball in the playground. They are having a lot of fun. A girl came over and played with my iPhone. We could not communicate in English. When I have to go she could not let it ...

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This hostel, located on Calle Huaynapata 369, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Hiram Bingham Train, Inca Museum, and Q'engo.
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