Hostal Quechua

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

    Puno- Sillusani, Uros Islands & Taquile Island

    A travel blog entry by chelleod on Jul 18, 2014

    I flew into Juliaca airport from Cordoba via Lima - nearly a 24 hour journey as I had to get a bus from Rosario to Cordoba and then I had a 7 hour lay over in Cordoba airport until my flight to Lima. Juliaca is a horrible town and thankfully we only passed through on route from the airport to Puno. Juliaca airport is a small one baggage belt …

    Day 19 - On our own but still together

    A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... for him at just after 1pm.  He's not one for emotional goodbyes so it was a quick farewell as he walked out the door, a couple of moments later he returned... once again, he had left a couple of his items behind, this happened a lot on the trip and became a joke whenever we found a bag of stuff and we didn't know who it belonged too, 90% of the time, it was his.  It was a funny way to finish off his trip with us as we laughed ...

    Pisac + Bungee Jumping!

    A travel blog entry by tomogle on Jun 14, 2015

    ... with a dash of nervousness. I edged myself onto the edge of the cage, looking down once more. The Peruvian guy counted down from three. 3...2...1...."**** it" I thought and began to plummet towards the earth, free falling for a solid 5 seconds before slowly being caught by the bungee. Once I hit the full extension of the cord I was tossed violently and then slung back up into the air multiple times before settling down and ...

    The Road to Cusco

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... your breakfast and we are going now. We all had a good laugh. We shared a taxi to the bus terminal, said our goodbyes, and hopped on the bus for Cusco. The bus, the Inka Express, included a guide with limited English who described interesting points along the way. It was a great way to learn Spanish. The bus passed through a city (of a quarter of a million people) called Juliaca where something had gone terribly wrong with the city maintenance department. The mud puddles in the ...

    Jungle Inca Trek, the hike

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 01, 2015

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    ... a slight area where it's a bit cooler but it's like a tap from my body at present and I'm sweating through my clothes, through my waterproof bag protector and into the backpack. Yep, it was hectic. We finally arrive at the first rest point and are greeted with cacao, maracuya juice, coffee beans and fruit for a quick stop. We taste test the juice and cacao and eat a few coffee beans as we are feeling a bit down. I find some coca leaves an decide to try and see how it ...