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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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... and I hear her shouting from downstairs, "Caahhhtleeeeeeeeeeeeeeen! Caaaahhhtleeeeeen!" I run down so fast; I had no idea what she wanted. But she simply said, "Can you sweep the floor?" and I had already done it. Nailed it. Her response? "BUENO! VAMOS! She loves to shout for no reason.
I'm not apprehensive with being forceful with the rules anymore, either. Yesterday I had a lot of fun with the middle schoolers. They were joking around with me and I gave it right back ...
... All of our photos are on the Go Pro so I don't have any to share on the blog. We then went into town for a great lunch. The chefs from our hotel followed us into town and cooked our meal. We sat in an outside area overlooking the Inca Ruins. We had a buffet with fresh local trout, alpaca jerky, chicken with this amazing sauce and lots of other great Peruvian dishes. Luckily we did not have Cuy (guinea pig) as they were in a pen right by where we were eating running ...
... could slide my cold and sore body down the 42 degrees pools. With the extra time at hand, we even spend next morning back in the pools after breakfast. Wonderful. So this was the end of the actual trek, now was just the journey forward to the city of macchu picchu. The trek were maybe be not that hard,mouth it was so wonderful and beautiful still. Early up for macchu picchu. Didn't mind. I just thought of my father. He's memory was with me. The morning was clouded, and I feared ...
... dancing up and down the aisle and then a fashion parade of ladies and men's clothes - beautiful alpaca goods.
From the train to the bus, back through Urubamba and past the Tambo Del Inka Resort, climbing out of the Sacred Valley over the mountains and through a patchwork of agriculture and small villages.
Entering Cusco we must be going by the back streets as it looks like shanty town again with 'construction' going ...
... streets to find some snacks for our tour and notice the roads are now being lined with police and militia. The parade we thought was happening wasn't going for another few hours, but seats and spots on the streets and stairs outside the cathedrals were rapidly filling, so we decide to hang around. We noticed a few street food vendors selling meat kebabs, so we grab a few and take a seat in the front row outside the cathedral. There were all kinds of ...