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Calle Quiscapata 666, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Beginning the Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by pohearn818


... We hike for a while until we get to Llaqtapata, our first lunch spot of the hike. The site is in a secluded field with animals, i.e. roosters, dogs, all around. Very beautiful place (this will be a common theme throughout the trip). There is a stream running through the site so everyone cleans up a little and sits down and waits as the porters finish preparing lunch. We eat lunch and take a little siesta before heading back on the road. ...

Ollantaytambo, Glencoe in South America!

A travel blog entry by tanyaconnor


... taxi with a Peruvian family, I was quite glad to get out in Cusco & try to regain some of the shape in my right had side where the strapping son had been squashed into me!

My next journey was an overnight bus from Cusco to Puno, 7 hours in a luxury Cruz del Sur bus with almost fully reclining seats. For some reason I could not get to sleep despite these seats being very comfortable. I was pretty tired when we rolled into Puno at 5am, I ...

Cultural experience

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane


... lots of beer. The way they drink is you buy a crate of beer, you have one cup and that one cup gets filled half way, you down the beer and pass the cup on. Women can't pour for themselves, it gets poured for them. After the local get together we stopped at a street stall that sells herbal cleanses to flush your system. They were really tasty but who knows what was in them. After that ...

Home of the potato

A travel blog entry by littlebush


... it will usually set you back around £15, the most expensive item on the menu. And it doesn't taste good and it's hard to actually find any meat-I've seen more meat on a sparrows kneecap! Of course, a wonderful destination like Peru has many great stories and sites other than the potato and the Guinean pig. So, after 48 hours of airport transfers, cheap airports hotels, 3 flights and 16 hours of flying time, we finally made it to Cuzco, in the ...

Peru: Do as the Quechuas Do

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser


... us, burdened with 25 kilos of our **** and not even breaking a sweat. Back in the day the Chasquis were the runners of the Inca Empire, in charge of delivering messages and transporting goods. They were believed to cover as much as 240km per day.

As if the Chasquis weren't enough to make us feel inadequate. We were, at one point, overtaken by an American woman and her two children, one of whom could not have been older than 7 years old.


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