Ima Sumac Hostel

Address: Av. Pachacutec, Sacred Valley, Peru | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Av. Pachacutec, Sacred Valley, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Sacred Valley

      Cusco round 2

      A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Jan 20, 2015

      ... had food (soup/fish/rice/chips) for 80pence! After that we chilled watching movies in the hostel. Hostel Pariwana, where we stayed in Lima and Cusco, is rated amongst the top 20 hostels in the world. It has every amenity you need! In the evening we decided to splash out a little and get a pizza. We also were tempted into getting a massage, which only cost £10 for an hour! The following day we joined a free city tour. This lasted for ...

      Zero to 12,000

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jan 12, 2015

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... Inca civilization. Houses are made of adobe, streets are little more than alleyways, often with Inca-built water channels running down them. That having been said, cell phones are ubiquitous and every village has at least one store advertising access to the Internet. And oh yes – satellite TV dishes courtesy of none other than DirectTV. We could be at home!

      We’re here in the rainy season, except once again, we luck out. Other than a ...

      Peru

      A travel blog entry by lauren.green on Jan 09, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... next few days were abandoned by the Incans, when the Spanish invaded. From here we jumped on the bus and went for lunch. We weren't expecting too much, as many of the local towns we drove through were meager however we ended up in the sacred valley at this beautiful glass restaurant. It was picturesque with food to absolutely die for.

      After our bellies were full and we relieved ourselves in the first pit toilet of the tour, we headed to Ollantaytambo. Ollantaytambo was one village ...

      Under the Milkyway in the Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by zoe13 on Dec 26, 2014

      ... was another dirt road. However, this road rose up much higher than the road to the ‘white Jesus’ and was more narrow meaning there were a few points on the way up that I had to look away from the window as the bus was very very close to the edge which just dropped down at almost a 90 degree angle.

      As we reached the top, with one corner left all these women dressed in traditional dress appeared out of nowhere on the very steep mountain side so steep ...

      Peru Part I

      A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Oct 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... grand colonial churches and official buildings. We keenly sampled the national drink, pisco sour, and tried chewing coca leaves which we knew would be a staple to help us adjust to the altitude in the coming weeks. The former was tasty and the latter was not!

      We liked this hostel and gladly stayed for 4 nights- a little longer than planned in Lima. This was also slightly annoying as we'd found a cheap flight to Cusco which took one hour, this was a no brainer as ...