Hospedaje Kuntur Wasi

Tandapata 352 A San Blas, Cusco, Cusco 84, Peru | Hostel
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Our last stop in Perú, on Magical Lake Titikaka

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... floating reed islands, with approximately 4000 inhabitants of Quechua origin. The population is organized into ten communities, each of which has their own dress code, which is essentially separate matching outfits for all males and all females. The clothing differs only slightly by the embroidery on their belts, or the colors and the direction in which their hats hang, to the back or to the side, according to age and marital status. There is one president ...

Days 115 - 117: Cusco, Peru

A travel blog entry by tksa


... our hostel looking out at the ancient Inca city as the sunrise behind it. Our early arrival meant we had about 5 hours before check in was possible. It went quickly and when breakfast was served we were incredibly excited to be served a fried egg sandwich, which after nearly 2 months of stale Bolivian bread and runny jam was a godsend! To top it off the internet was muy rapido. We were already in love with Peru.

Despite our long overnight journey ...


A travel blog entry by emilymb90


... 15 we took a bus tour to the sacred valley. Great tour guide and buffet lunch. Learnt a lot about Quechuan philosophy or beliefs in nature. Also about agricultural terraces and architecture. Jan 16 to 17 we did our hike to macchu picchu. Jan 16 started early, as we got picked up at 3.30am, took an hour bus to a breakfast point, and then got the train to ...

Peru highlights

A travel blog entry by bteam1


... boarded a bus bound for Copacabana, Bolivia. Peru is a beautiful land, and I feel like we only touched the surface of it. It's definately a place I could come back to and spend some time, up in the north, or head to the Jungle. The people are great, very friendly and full of character. It was the first bit of culture we've encountered since Guatemala, and it was a proud, strong culture. There was colour, cuisine, crafts, llamas, traditions, myths and music - what more could a body want?!

What better to do on a rainy day?

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013


... with mini bread rolls, freshly baked in the clay oven and waited for my tabouleh, whilst a chap played the harp. So relaxing, As I finished, the thunder rolled; the skies lit up; hail bounced off the parasols and people rushed inside. I waited for the storm to subside and hurried across to the very humble looking church. However, once inside it is quite ornate in a baroque sort of way, with much gold leaf and again a massive altar. The pulpit is ...

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This hostel, located on Tandapata 352 A San Blas, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Munaycha, and Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Religioso).
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding