Hostal Quechua

Chaparro 173, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Cusco and the start of the Jungle Trek

A travel blog entry by celeea


We arrived in Cusco late afternoon and went to find to tour operator through which we had booked our Inca excursion. However after a long walk (downhill) we found an empty abandoned office. After a quick check of the address in an internet cafe we were relieved to find that the company had moved offices! We confirmed our trek and headed back to the …

The well trodden path to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by ruby.honnor


... and Sean saw of him as their thoughts were taken over by the search for some fried chicken and chips. Ty remembered hanging out with our guide and taking cocaine before at some point he left him. The next thing he knew he was looking for the hostel when he came across what he thought was a conflict zone that had broken out in the tiny village of Santa Teresa, a military coup maybe. He said there were guys kitted out in army gear climbing out of military trucks in the village ...

A huge drive through landslides in to Cusco

A travel blog entry by maddieuk


... top, some more than others. AJ
had a complete wobble bless her and went grey right at the top) we saw various
really remote communities. Alpacas were everywhere, and the random houses we
saw presumably belong to the Alpaca farmers or subsistence farmers. What a hard
way of life to choose. The mountains are steep and most uninhabitable, even
walking about makes you puff, and they have no services ...

Huge desert; small world!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... inside the church of San Pedro de Atacama, built in 1744. The church roof is made from planks of cactus wood with rafters of algarrobo timber, bound together with straps of llama leather. We took ourselves into the Salar de Atacama (salt flats) the next day to float in the saline waters of Laguna Cejar. The salt content in the water of this lake is higher than that of the Dead Sea. The buoyancy made swimming breaststroke impossible, as my limbs would not stay below the surface and, ...

Colca Canyon and the Irish pub

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... in the middle of the dessert which made it even more great. These springs were sulpha ones, so it smelt like eggy **** (something I have come accustom too living with ***** pants Nath) and we had to pay for them, but it did have a bar, and it was like getting in a hot bath, with a beer, which in am not apposed too. After a soak, a beer and a smelly water fight, we got dressed and bussed it back to Arequipa to get our stuff, have a meal and get a night bus to ...

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This hostel, located on Chaparro 173, Cusco, is near Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata), Sacred Valley of the Incas, Cusco Cathedral, and Twelve Angles Stone.
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