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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      A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Apr 07, 2015

      ... like the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Crazy steep. At times it made me feel like an astronaut gearing up for take off.  Once we were at the top of the mountain,  we got some excellent views of Victoria Harbor (and only slightly cloudy). You should mentally translate that to mean that thetwinsontour were taking selfies.  There is an interesting geological phenomenon in Hong Kong that we discovered while walking along Victoria Peak. The mountains are covered in cement much like a chocolate ...

      Touring the Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by kswingle on Apr 03, 2015

      2 comments, 17 photos

      Today was very long and hot, but fabulous. We spent the early morning hiking up to the top of the Ollantaytambo Archeological site and touring the area. Learned so much about the inca history related to this site, I'll have to read more about it so I can retain the many details and names.

      From there, we drive for an hour over to the Maras Salt Terraces. The view from up above and down at the bottom of the ...


      A travel blog entry by maxison on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... for dinner we ate at Uchu Peruvian Steakhouse and had Cebiche de los Peruanos (Fresh catch of the day marinated in key lime juice, Peruvian lime peppers, ginger, celery, garlic, baby cilantro, onions and topped with Pisco foam) we had this for $22 Peruvian Neuevo Sol. Then after dinner we went to the hotel stayed for two days and ate the same things.

      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 ...


      A travel blog entry by on Jan 09, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... in Miraflores, which was the other side of the city near the beach. It was much nicer, and safer. We spent the day exploring and walked down to their "beach"...Saw many para-gliders and surfers. We flew out early the next day to Cuzco, and had a short city tour with our guide for the next 5 days, Riverlino aka Papasito.

      That night we met the rest of our tour group and had a debrief on what was to come in the next 5 days. We were instructed to have one duffel bag, weighing 6kgs which ...