Hostal Wasichay

Address: Calle Maruri N 312, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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      A travel blog entry by varney on May 27, 2014

      25 photos

      Up at the crack of dawn (which is even earlier here - 6am) for a fantastic breakfast before grabbing a cab (PEN5) and heading for the main bus station where Inka Express were waiting to take us to Cusco (US$40, 10h). There are quicker and cheaper alternatives, but the big thing with Inka Express (and Turismo Mer, Wonder Peru and Cruz del Sur for …

      Passover Seder in Inca-Catholic Cusco

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 04, 2015

      6 comments, 12 photos

      ... a kind of Kosher-for-Passover cruise ship, with all the elaborate preparations of Pesach done for you by the tour group. Starting six months before Passover you can see these “let us make Passover for you!” ads featuring places in Phoenix, New York, Florida, Los Angeles and even in Italy in every Jewish newspaper in America or England,.

      If you have ever made a house kosher for Passover, a huge, painful task, then you know how appealing it would be ...

      Out and about in Cusco

      A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 07, 2015

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... hills. We went to Baths of Tambomachay, which is a series of aqueducts, canals and waterfalls that run through the terraced rocks. Part of it was also used for the burials of priests. I bought a lovely rug for my knees in winter from some Peruvian people by the side of the road there. After that we went to Sacsayhuaman which was an old Inca settlement. Until later years it was just used as a place to bring your kids for picnics, now ...

      Off to Cuzco

      A travel blog entry by redwatt on Mar 06, 2015

      7 photos

      ... their mountains which they believed were the foundations of their lives, Mother Earth and all that. The Spanish conquistadors invaded and forced them into becoming their slaves and accepting their religion, forcing Catholicism onto them. They made them construct the beautiful intricate carved timber work and statues in the churches and cathedrals, and the beautiful paintings that adorn the walls, so the Incas incorporated some of their ancient beliefs into ...

      Integrating the Agonizing Trauma of Birth

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... is the elaborate articulation of a specific archetypal domain within which human awareness is encompassed and confined as if it existed inside a solipsistic bubble.

      The great irony suggested here of course is that it is just when the modern mind believes it has most fully purified itself from any anthropomorphic projections, when it actively construes the world as unconscious, mechanistic, and impersonal, it is just then that the world is ...