Hostal Huaynapata

Calle Huaynapata 369, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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Marching Titicacas

A travel blog entry by nomadroach

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... I woke up the little fat girl next to me during my upright burst from my seat, she leans over and grabs the puppy and throws him onto the bus floor. Instantly I grab the dog, looking at him I realize that the dog is possibly even too small to be away from its mother and I am more confused by where he even came from in the first place. I love animals. For the next 6 hours I would spend my time with this puppy. We played tug of war with my scarf, he slept on my chest, I thought of what ...

Guinea pig for two?

A travel blog entry by pinklady27

1
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... drunken revelry) which caused much confusion and laughter. We then set out to explore Cusco. There was a service in the Cathedral which meant we could go in without paying and were able to see the famous Peruvian interpretation of the Last Supper that Jesus had with his disciples. The main difference between this painting and the original - the Guinea pig on the table ready to be eaten! We tried to dodge the street traders, tour operators, ladies offering ...

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

A travel blog entry by karinakr

35

... because in those times they were messengers, not servants, deserve not only a standing ovation but credit for making this trip so luxuriously comfortable in all the dirt and grime.
For a group of 9 tourists with 2 guides, 11 chaskis were hired. Their age ranged from 25 to 58 years working from 1 year to 8 years. Each chaski was delegated to carry 25kg ahead of the trou group to ensure that upon our arrival food, tents and water would ...

Cusco

A travel blog entry by maggiebradley

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... from cocoa seeds. Also exploring the city there were these old ladies who were so small carrying baby llamas which we could all take photos with. Additionally a local delicase is guinea pig and llama, it's a little ****** as the bring out the guinea pig whole with chile on its ears, it's tasted like duck once you got over the fact your eating a guinea pig. We also did the inca jungle trek, which was a 4 day trek. The first day we ...

Sacred Valley by Gezza.

A travel blog entry by gezza51

... wish I'd bought my jumpers here. Fascinating was how many reds you can get from the cochineal beetle simply by adding something. Adding lemon juice changes the purple red to a orange red.
Delightful people. Only saw women working....beautiful long shiny black plaits to which on the ends they add swirls of you guessed it baby alpaca.
Back to our hotel at 6pm for last minute packing and ready for 5 am start for I day....no more talk ....no more nerves...just bring it on.
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Location

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