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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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... my cool, but we ended up in a poshish place where I slammed down another lomo saltado. After this we headed to a (different) Irish pub where some of my jungle tour were hanging. Here I had a very nice brownie, and said goodbye to a lot of people as the group would be splitting from here in different directions and different timescales. I then headed to the dutch ...
... Popper the problem of scientific knowledge left by Hume and Kant was brilliantly explicated. For Popper, as for the modern mind, man approaches the world as a stranger--but a stranger who has a thirst for explanation, and an ability to invent myths, stories, theories, and a willingness to test these. Sometimes, by luck and hard work and many mistakes, a myth is found to work. The theory saves the phenomena; it is a lucky guess. And this is the ...
... clothes and danced for us. Then we headed back to Puno on a 3 hour boat ride. The boat goes incredibly slow!! We went back to our swish hotel for another night. Moving onto Cusco on a comfy bus with wifi, with 4 guided stops and a buffet lunch (we had to wear a VIP badge - very tour groupy). That evening we had a reunion meal with our g adventure group. SO GOOD to see them! Then the day came to go to Machi Picchu. Choosing the train over the trail was the best idea we've had :) a ...
... the pampas. The idea was to see the sunrise and to watch/hear the pampas "wake up". Ismael sprayed our wellies for protection against ticks. Ismael sensed a storm-a-brewing before we left and provided jack and I with 2 very sexy green ponchos. Within 10 minutes of walking we stopped to hear/see the thunder and lightning. Within 20 minutes it was pouring down. Kept our spirits up by pretending to be wizards in Harry Potter, searching for the philosophers stone in the forbidden ...
... by the celebrations. Our guide pulled one little boy in costume over so he could explain what the costume was all about and then gave him a couple of sols, he walked back to his friends with a right swagger.
After Chincheros we moved on to Ollantaytambo, it's an amazing place. It's a little dwarfing whe you first arrive with terracing rising steeply up around you as we climbed he explained that whilst some terracing is to increase farmable land, this was ...