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

      Peru Part I

      A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Oct 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... at least allowed me to delve into the deepest, darkest and noisiest areas of my iPod at high volume which I've seldom done on this trip so far!

      Lima is officially (according to Wikipedia...) the closest city to London by population in the world and as we crawled in during rush hour we believed it- it's massive and the northern districts quite run down too. We took a cab from the bus terminal to Dragonfly hostel and were relieved to be met with a warm ...

      Into the Inca past

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Sep 30, 2014

      20 photos

      ... of the power of our God to create such marvellous wonders.
      The valley is incredibly lush and was sacred to the Incas because it boasts some of the best maize crops known to man. A delightful river flows through it, and the legacy of the Inca Empire is all around.
      The Inca used incredible ingenuity to terrace seemingly impossible to reach places on mountain sides to maximise their capacity to grow their crops. A series of terraces we saw today stretched ...

      Lake Titicaca - The World's Highest Navigable Lake

      A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 14, 2014

      38 photos

      ... denotes their social status. They also wear wool hats which distinguish the married men from the single men (a useful function!). The people here are known for being gentle and hospitable and our tour guide told us that they are very honest with none of the pick-pocketing or tourist scams which exist elsewhere. They have a communal way of working with the philosophy of "today you work for me, tomorrow I work for ...

      The Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 06, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... of the track. Not quite the quaint village I had imagined but merely a place from which to visit Machu Picchu. It is in such a lovely location and it is a shame it does not do it justice. The buildings appear to be unfinished, with exposed breeze blocks inside and outside, and parts of the structure open to the elements. However, being there overnight meant we could make our way up to Machu Picchu before the masses.








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      The end of a long and odd day

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 25, 2014

      ... No aircon in the bus it is hideous. This mountain folk with gumboots on get off and hang around outside. For the rest of us it is a humid stuffy wait. So I write the blog and fan myself to keep cool and Wayne listens to his ipod. Two hours pass and we get going at 4 pm. We need to catch our next transport at 5.30pm so it will be a tight call. The bus plies the route and it is hideously bumpy and narrow and unbelievable that this is a border crossing road. ...