Hostal Las Rocas

Address: Avenida Pachacutec s/n, Aguas Calientes, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Avenida Pachacutec s/n, Aguas Calientes, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Aguas Calientes

      Zip Lines & Bad Planning

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 29, 2014

      ... town is only accessible by rail, and is the base for Machu Pichu. This is when the prices creep up as train rides are not cheap at all. If you go by train from Cusco you come in from the other side, the train tracks here are just between here and the town. The hydro electric planet incidentally supplies 80% of Cusco's power. The walk is 3 hours although we stopped for two 15minute breaks for others to catch up. It was raining, and being alongisde a railroad, ...

      There is No Place Like Home (Day 52)

      A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... looked at me with pity. This was the only time on our trip that I wished I was at home, but instead I had 9 or more hours of hiking, busing, training, and busing before I could curl up in the hotel bed. Eventually, we made it through the checkpoint and had a two hour hike to the Sungate, essentially the end of the Inca trail. Bre and I went a bit slower for my sake, but I really don't think there was much special about this point of the trail. Just before the ...

      Jungle trek to Machupicchu

      A travel blog entry by pinkymary on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... day ended and I passed out in less than 5 minutes.

      Waking up to roosters and barking dogs at 4 am wasn't a good start in the day. My legs were full of sandfly bites and super itchy. The cold shower I've had didn't really help.

      After breakfast we learned about food and harvest in the jungle. Including coffee, which tasted really really good and chocolate produced with honey instead of sugar.

      Before heading to our day ...

      The Inca Trail

      A travel blog entry by emmawinslade on Nov 25, 2014

      ... so we weren't allowed to sleep until then. After the train was a 2 hour minibus to cusco, where we carried on playing games. We got back to beers and cake, we showered and then we went out for dinner to an Irish bar, where I had an all day breakfast (incredible) and we went dancing, but I drank rum and coke and I think the ice wasn't the best so I was violently sick and had to go to bed. I failed the challenge :( That morning was very ...

      Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Nov 19, 2014

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      We decided to forgo an organised tour to Machu Picchu as a)it's a lot cheaper to do it by yourself; and b)the other treks offered really just aren't as cool as doing the Inka Trail (which you need to book six months in advance). A guy in Lima had told us about the 'backdoor' way to Machu Picchu which we opted to take. First we got a minibus, six hours away, to a small jungle town, Santa Teresa, where we stayed the night. The town was a half hour walk from ...