Hostal Inti Quilla

Aymuraypa Tikan s/n, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by fionamary


... going to be the toughest day. We were up at 5.30, after breakfast it was a very steep climb all the way to the top. Our fist stop was Ayapata (3300m) then Llulluchapampa (3750m). After a 40 minute rest we then started the highest and toughest part of the whole trek to Dead Woman's Pass (4215m), named because of the shape of the mountain - it looks like a woman's face looking towards the sky (as though she is laying on her back) and a very purt breast. As soon as we started ...

We are going to have to run for it...again

A travel blog entry by deborah1212


... driver was vague- ªabout 10 minutesª when we had only 15 minutes to go before the train left.) And it was all up hill. Yet another festival was to blame. This time one with religious significance, judging by the posters of the Christ-like figure I spot along the way. There was Graham literally running up the hill, with me in hot pursuit (thinking, ª but what if he makes the train and I am half a mile behind him?ª ) around two hairpin bends ...

Sexy Llamas & The Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde


... as meeting our guides and fellow trekkers. We were not in the company of excitable scallywags (yet), these were mature people with life experience who pushed the boundaries of conversation further than the 'five questions' a backpacker in the early stages of their trip, asks a fellow traveller. There was keen trekker Simon, a British expat living in Cordoba, Argentina joined by his father, Paul, the loveliest man. Canadians Noelle and Michelle, sisters who were ...

Machu Picchu, Baby!

A travel blog entry by chris_farr


... After lunch we got the bus down to Aguascalientes which is the town at the foot of Machu Piccu mountain. The journey down took half an hour and dropped us a further 400m down to the valley floor via some slightly hair raising hairpin bends. The town itself was certainly random. The train which we had followed at the start of the trail terminates in the town, but that meant that the rails ran through the middle of the town, with no safety considerations at all. The ...

Days 345 - 350: The Inca Trail - Through My Eyes

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... were obviously harder than the downs. Like anything 'the challenge' is what makes it memorable. I can see why the people on this trip have set themselves challenges such as Everest, Kilimanjaro and now the Inca Trail. We could of taken the easy route, via the train. However we choose to walk the path the incas took, up 4,700m of high mountains, through forests, farmland, marshland, mountain ranges and ancient Inca terraces. We contributed financially to supporting projects in ...

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This hostel, located on Aymuraypa Tikan s/n, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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