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 …

Trekkin' and Teachin'

A travel blog entry by kewatki2 on Aug 09, 2014

2 comments, 133 photos

... from rock, leaving no evidence that they used wood. The llamas that occupy the mountain are very used to posing for pictures and come quite close, but are only interested in eating the mountain grass. After a couple hours up top, I hiked back down to Aguas Calientes, which made me thankful that I did not make the hike UP. I stopped a random little butterfly conservatory on the way, where a Peruvian hippie gave me lots of info in Spanish about "mariposas" and even let ...

Cusco, peru

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly on Jul 15, 2014

41 photos

I discovered the highest Paddy's bar in the world today and toasted my birthday with a glass of captain Morgans rum mmmm. During my stay in Cusco I often visited a cafe in the hotel plaza del armas and a fantastic cake shop called the bake house. I found a great little shop that hand made strong, durable bags which I thought will be great for ...


A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 29, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... off but not surprised we went and brought a new cheap phone (50 Soles, AU$20) and headed home to call the bank, yet again. Our new phone it turns out only has two language options, Spanish and Quechus the local Indian language. Luckily our understanding of phones is enough that we can work out what to do. Roughly three hours later we finished our calls but have to wait for NAB to get back to us at some point. All we can do now is hope and pray that at least ...