Hostal San Blas

Cuesta de San Blas 526, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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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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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Salkantay Trek

A travel blog entry by karry2014 on Sep 05, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... got to Soraypampa at about twelve and had lunch, then a little rest in the flash accommodation. After lunch we hiked up to see the glazier lake of Umantay. It was about a three hour round trip up to the lake. It was a pretty difficult trek, it's up the mountain about three hundred meters, but it was really steep and rocky, if this is a taste of tomorrow God help us! The next morning they wake you up with a cup of tea and a bowl to have a wash with at ...

Reflections of a Gringa

A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Aug 13, 2014

37 photos

... I can't apply them to life at home. We don't travel to escape, although it's what we often think we are doing. We travel to share what we've learned, to apply the beauty we have found to our own worlds, to grow as individuals, valuing our own lives more and cherishing our loved ones. We travel to return.

That being said, I'll see you soon. Thanks for listening, thanks for being loyal, and thanks for the love. Gotta catch a plane!


Cusco capital of the Inca Empire

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jul 17, 2014

34 photos

... the hills to see the great Inca fort of Saqsayhuaman (Known as Sexy Woman). However after a 30min stroll uphill we got to the outskirts and found out it was over $30 each to get in and that was too much so we wandered to a hill nearby and visited a statue of Christ the Redeemer which had awesome views over Cusco. There were some nearby Inca ruins on the way to Macha Picchu, the first was a Temple of Death where they brought dead people to ...


A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jun 13, 2014

19 photos

... wrapped in a spiderweb. Each place we stop at, the toilets are usually free except you have to give them a tip. I tell you what is killing me? Tips. Everywhere we go. Tip this, tip that. Not sure if G Adventures told us, (probably did) not sure. Who ever goes to South America, make sure you bring extra for tips. Like heaps. They get ya. Hey. I don't like you playing the recorder in my ear. I'm not giving you a tip. I'll pay you to go away but. Went out to a night club with our ...

Cruisin' Cuzco, the "Navel" of the Incan Empire

A travel blog entry by rose_giro on May 10, 2014

27 photos

... descended from the sun god.

The Qorikancha was the most sumptuous temple in the Inca Empire, with over 700 gold panels lining the walls, life size gold figures, solid gold altars, and of course the huge Golden Disc.

The Golden Disc, according to legend, could activate powers and talents inherent in each person. The Golden Disc was viewed as a cosmic computer that received ...