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Calle Quiscapata 666, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by emezzy


... overlooking the highest altitude lake in the world, 'Lake Titicaca (pronunciation is critical here - when mispronounced, you refer to the 'Lake of Poo' instead of the 'Lake of ..."
The floating islands (resting on thousands of tightly strung together buoyant reeds) are undoubtedly the main attraction of Puno. 'Today for me, tomorrow for you.. One for one and one for all' is the philosophy these locals live by. Making a living from ...

Day 4: 8km, 5:00, descent 300m, Macchu Picchu!

A travel blog entry by karinakr


It's 0330, "buenos dias senoritas" is spoken by a local Andes man, the sky is pitch black, the air cooler than 6 hours prior, the smiles on our faces - non existent. Breakfast awaiting us at a sharp 0400, pancake like crepes on platters, selection of teas in front of us, yet sleep creases remain intact. Each of our headlamps blinding the person sitting across, all while the chaskis roll up our tents and sleeping equipment one final time. By 0430 the sacks were on their backs ...


A travel blog entry by aaronandperi


... it was sunny again. We then walked through the local markets and stopped to get a juice, It was very overwhelming because there was about 30 women who had juice stands that all sold the same juices for the same prices, you just had to choose one of them. The whole group split and went to different ladies. Of course we had to pick the slowest lady of all, everyone ended up having to wait for us. We then headed to the chocolate factory which was heaven. It ...

Salkantay to Machu Picchu Days 4-5

A travel blog entry by sarahrees


... hostel we met Juan Carlos who had arranged another guide to do our tour of Machu Picchu the next morning as he had hurt his knee on the walk - Did we push him too far??!! Up SUPER early Saturday to my worst Machu Picchu fear - rain!! I'm sure I jinxed us by googling 'Machu Picchu in the rain' pics while we were home! Anyway, nothing we could do so breakfast at 5am to catch one of the first buses up to Machu Picchu. Our new guide met us at the hostel and waited in ...

A tour of Cusco city and outskirts

A travel blog entry by dimps99


... around 500 metres away - the remains of Qurikancha, the most important temple in the Inca Empire, dedicated to Inti, the Sun God. The walls and floors were once covered in sheets of solid gold, and its adjacent courtyard was filled with golden statues. The Spanish colonists built the Church and Convent of Santo Domingo on the site, demolishing the temple and using its foundations for the Cathedral (see above). The Spanish incorporated Inca ...


This hostel, located on Calle Quiscapata 666, Cusco, is near Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Temple of the Sun (Coricancha), and Perurail.
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