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, ...


      A travel blog entry by ecour0404 on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... I pretty much skipped and ran the whole way. Stopping occasionally to oogle at the view, a flower or a bug (mostly the bugs). The rest of the day was spent exploring the city and viewing it from the agricultural terraces. My legs were jelly after the climbs and i hunkered down to enjoy the view and people watch. One of the really cool things about the day was watching people see the ruins for the first time. The look on most of their faces was priceless, a real ...

      Wow, wow, wow.....this is Macchu Pichu

      A travel blog entry by guillytor on Dec 17, 2014

      17 photos

      ... to the Main Plaza and down to the housing sector. We were at the Condor altar when oopss I started to have cramps in my leg. I did some last effort to reach the Circular Tower but that was the end of me. Unable to walk properly I left the girls to keep exploring while I started the torturous way back to the Main Entrance.

      45 minutes later and punished by pain I arrived, so did the girls later on. After getting a M.P. stamp ...

      Machu Picchu Jungle Trek

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 11, 2014

      53 photos

      ... like they used to back in the Inka period. We then got shown how they produce coffee on the farm and also all the fruit and vege procucts they produce on the farm; mangos, pineapple, bananas, potatoes, corn, avacados and many more. When I say farm, their farm is on the hills in the middle of the jungle - pretty impressive. We then set out for our biggest day of walking; 16km. Part of the walk was along an actual Inka trail which was pretty cool. The first 30mins was ...

      The Inca trail and Misty Picchu.

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... this point. Most useful advice he gave...stock up on baby wipes. That's really all I remember because I had taken a diamox (altitude pill) to see if I would have any side effects. Turns out I did because it gave me the side effects of altitude sickness I didn't have before taking it. This dramatically reduced my already limited attention span. Day 1 The group rather anxiously had breakfast around 6:30 and enjoyed what would be their last shower for the next 4 days. 3 ...