Ima Sumac Hostel

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

    Into the Inca past

    A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Sep 30, 2014

    20 photos

    What is jet lag? I understand it is when your body clock doesn't know whether to wake you up or put you to sleep.
    What is altitude sickness? It is a feeling of extreme fatigue that overtakes the body when you put it above about 2500 metres suddenly. It affects different people different ways.
    Cusco - where we have stayed last night sits at 3400 metres above sea level. Our tour on Monday after our short flight from Lima, took us an additional 400 metres ...

    Lake Titicaca - The World's Highest Navigable Lake

    A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 14, 2014

    38 photos

    ... a popular carnival which takes place in Puno in February every year. It used to be followed in November by the birth of several babies to young single girls, which led to November being known as "wa wa" month (due to the crying of the babies). Apparently the problem was eventually reduced by the last President who introduced contraception. He is currently in jail for corruption but at least he had a lasting impact.

    The Sacred Valley

    A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... diverted from a hot spring into pans on the side of the mountain. The driver took us down so that we could see them close up but we got side-tracked by the cafe where we ordered Alpaca burgers with purple chips, plus Cuscuena beer (acquiring a taste for that). I had already bought Alpaca scarves at the market (very soft) and I have to say the Alpaca burger was delicious (very tender).

    Next stop was Ollantaytambo where the train would take us to ...

    A Little Tight (Crossing Borders, Part 4)

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Aug 29, 2014

    ... pilot gave us the dreaded message. Due to a technical difficulty we were departing Guayaquil with a 35 minute delay. My stopover time had shrunk to just over an hour.

    How they pulled it off I do not know, but when we landed in Quito, our delay only turned out to be 15 minutes. And I started running. Running to the luggage belt, waiting for my luggage, which thankfully only took 15 minutes, then running upstairs ...

    The end of a long and odd day

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 25, 2014

    ... out of Ecuador. Once we get the stamp we cross the bridge over the river, the only people it seems actually crossing the border are us and the guy going to Peru who turns out to be Peruana returning home. Thankfully he had chatted to us so he holds a share taxi whilst we go through the stamp and police check on the Peru side. Its around 8.30pm muddy and wet and dark and this would have to be the most desolate and random border crossing yet. Theres one ...