Incama Hostel Cusco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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you may ask, Well Incama Cusco Hostel, Cusco's latest contemporary budget accommodation offers a clean, friendly and vibrant place to stay at a very reasonable price.
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... ever be so excited to stay at a best western or be considering it luxury. The bed was really comfortable and there was a clothesline in the bathroom so we could dry some laundry and -I was so excited for this!- blow drier!!! I haven't blow dried my hair since probably... Christmas! Serious luxury! We also had a nice view of the cathedral in the plaza de Armas. We would definitely recommend it if you're ever in cusco! We spent the day walking around and doing errands, like ...
... in by rail. Distribution around town is by people power. One man or in some cases boy and a little three wheel trolley, which they push or pull things around on. We watched at they struggled up very steep hills with loads of gas bottles, bags of cement, food and anything else that needed delivery. A very hard way to earn a dollar. The train line runs through the village with shops along both sides, no barriers and no restrictions on crossing. We sat and had a coffee in ...
... part can follow. Being at the house with peruveanos and David who speak Spanish is helping my ear tune into the language. Some staples here, and I mention them now as they are part of the background right now - - fireworks every morning and at night- por que? Yo no se. Music in afternoons and then later on at night...playing out of someone's house. Loud. But it is nice white noise and sometimes good Spanish/Peruvian ...
Cusco, the ancient Incan capital, is high in the Andean Mountains and flying in required great skill!! Had an amazing contemporary lunch upon arrival before checking into our hotel. Wandered around the city for a few hours – a lot of colonial Baroque architecture, lots of churches – more incredibly detailed wood carving, plazas where people sit and chat, wooden rather than metal balconies.
Struggling with the altitude – had an afternoon ...
... enough in the middle of nowhere it's not something I can magically produce! I couldn't just pop to the local shops to get some. The following night their tent was the furthest away from my, so guessing they complained, oops. Day 3 started off with a steep walk up hill around 400m in elevation gain for around 1.5hrs, I felt like poop until my sudafed started to kick in, so it was a tough old morning. Once at the top we had some stunning views and the trail was ...