Hostal San Blas

Cuesta de San Blas 526, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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Some city tour!

A travel blog entry by jam10

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Our final day in Cuzco we were booked on to do our 'free' City Tour that came with our Machu Picchu trip. We were to be picked up at 1:30pm but bumping into Cecilia (the lady who had organised it all) we discovered that now we needed to go to the Catedral to meet the tour guide there. So at 2pm we did just that and were met with a tour guide …

The well trodden path to Machu Picchu

A travel blog entry by ruby.honnor

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14

... climbing step after step for over an hour, only stopping occasionally to rest whilst people passed. I can safely say it is the most exercise I have ever done that early in the morning and I wasn’t loving the experience!

We reached the top just after 6am and were able to enter the site before the hordes of tourists arrived. There were lots of clouds and it had been spitting during our climb but for five minutes or so the clouds parted and let the early morning rays ...

Sunburn, kiddies and BINGO!

A travel blog entry by hannahbaynham

3

... so I don't feel overly stupid! Last evening we went to a bar and restaurant which was just awesome... It is run purely to find a child care centre / orphanage and the place is decorated accordingly - you feel like you're in a giant playroom... Seating is all cushions and beanbags with teddies and children's stories everywhere.. It was bingo and quiz night and I was absolutely thrilled to have won Bingo ...

Huge desert; small world!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof

5
82

... Giant Coot and Flamingoes. The Giant Coot is also known as the Architect bird because it builds its nest from rocks, which it moves into place with its beak, plugging the holes between the rocks with marsh weed. To complete our tour we visited the tiny of village of Machuca, where there are only five inhabitants. We were told, when we asked, that they are not related to each other, and that the village formerly supported a population of over 60 people. Those remaining make their ...

In search of the condor

A travel blog entry by mgr.2013

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6

... 9,000 m for 300 - 400 km. They are scavengers and will fly to the coast (200km) to pick up placenta from baby seals. They have a wingspan of 3m (males) and 2.5m (females) and can live up to 55 years, which is why they remain adolescents until the age of 8.

However, further down the canyon we pulled off the road very quickly as a condor was in flight, its huge wingspan fanned out, white across the shoulders with black tips. We all got to see it close-up ...

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This hostel, located on Cuesta de San Blas 526, Cusco, is near San Blas, Moray, Q'engo, and Red Fortress (Puca Pucara).
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