Hostal Wasichay

Calle Maruri N 312, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco


A travel blog entry by varney on May 27, 2014

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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 …

Cold Cusco & the Lares Valley

A travel blog entry by maroline on Apr 10, 2014

1 comment

Day 68 - 72: Wow, Cusco is so pretty! A fairly small city flanked by gorgeous green and yellow mountains. And when lit up at night, it looks like something out of a movie. But it's cold. My God, it's cold. And who would've thought climbing just ten stairs to our hostel room could be so physically taxing. We both experience lethargy and minor …


A travel blog entry by debw on Aug 05, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... be doing things better. At lunch the children are fed delicious looking big meals; however I've noticed the Holstein are fed big spoonfuls and the staff don't always wait for the hold to finish chewing - a big choking hazard. This afternoon I took a walk into the city and wandered into a couple beautiful churches complete with ornate gold leaf designs and Mary dressed in ...

Conquering the Inka Trail

A travel blog entry by nicolar on Jul 25, 2014

4 comments, 11 photos

... round the world but it was fun nonetheless. After finishing the hike we had a quick look at Macchu Pichu and headed for a hot shower in the nearby town of Aguas Calientes. The next day we headed back up the mountain, this time by bus, for a guided tour of the iconic site which was really enjoyable, and in the afternoon returned to Cusco by train and bus. We will now spend a couple more days in Cusco, doing some shopping and relaxing and return home next ...

When Will the Steps Stop?!

A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Jun 18, 2014

35 photos

... or at least try to, by stepping down on my left and putting all of my wait on my left side. This results in my left knee receiving a serious amount of strain and the pain begins to course through my body with every step. The steps we are climbing down were made for little Incans hundreds of years ago, not 6 foot tall Americans with big feet. Naturally, the steps at too narrow to fit my feet comfortably so I have to go down sideways most of the ...