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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Andrea Cusco
This hostel up the hill from the Plaza San Francisco is run by a very friendly family and, although the rooms are basic and a little breezy, they're more than made up for by the incredible views over Cusco (and the cable TV if you're feeling affected by the altitude)
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... web. We watched the spider undo it's web and spin it around its new prey. Also saw a small marsupial with gigantic eyes - it looked terrified in the spotlight - and some bright green frogs. Weds 22nd oct Up at 6.30; Rebecca was first up, waking the guide for breakfast! Food was great, which was good as we needed the energy for the 4hour walk ahead... saw absolutely nothing for the whole hike (ok, we saw one lizard and a big tree), all the monkeys seemed to be asleep! Back for ...
... short hike, we were all shattered. I climbed into my tent absolutely freezing. That glacier was beautiful but when the sun was no longer there, oh my did it make everything unbearably cold. I looked up a the clear nights sky and sentiments of "oh I should stay up and admire these stars" were quickly extinguished by the teeth chatteringly cold breeze that blew. Wearing every layer, I slid myself into my sleeping bag, set myself an alarm for 5am (Y'ouch!) and fell ...
... sacrifice atop a volcano in Inca times, she was discovered only in 1995 and is believed to have been frozen for 500 years. Unfortunately in the museum you cannot take photos but it was amazing to see. Her body is kept in a glass freezer and she has been so well preserved that it looks like she would turn her head towards you at any moment. I got quite sick in Arequipa with a stomach bug going around the group so did alot of sleeping here but was able to be ...
... house. A huge buffet and crowds of people. But all handled very well and the food was good. A nice walk in the riverside garden after lunch with pet llamas and vicuña. All most pleasant. Then of course a bit more bus to Ollantaytambo where we were treated to yet another incredible Inca archeological site. We climbed up 250 steep high rise steps to the top where these ancient people had dragged huge 70 tonne granite ...
... It would have been rude if we did not party too...okay then, you have twisted my arm!
Inti Raymi (Festival of the Sun) is a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in the honour for the God Inti, one of the main gods in the Inca religión. This ceremony lasts 9 days with lots of parades around the city, amazing art and costumes, lots of traditional dances, as well as a llama sacrifice (!!) to give ...