Hostal Inti Wasi - Plaza de Armas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Inti Wasi - Plaza de Armas Cusco
Right next to the main square, wonderfully helpful staff, who are helpful in regards to altitude sickness, coca tea, breakfast and where to go get some dinner. Beautiful looking hostel aswell.
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... high x 6ft wide) yet all fit perfectly together. Itīs pretty staggering to think what was achieved by a society that didnīt even have the wheel.
Saturday I did another 1 day trek with SAE. We took the bus to Ollantaytambo then hiked to Puma matra ruins (a site believed to have been a checkpoint for Ollantaytambo, but no oneīs entirely sure). The trail went up through the valley, picking its way across stepping stones over a couple of rivers - we ...
... them home with me. Alas, I don't think that's allowed. So we give them some bread and chocolate. They giggle and smile and say goodbye as we walk on. So terribly cute. Lunch is amazing, again. And before I feel like I've had time to rest my feets, we're off again. Argh. But it's a fairly flat walk to our campsite and there's the promise of soaking in hot springs when we get there, which is my driving force at this point. The springs are amazing. Boiling hot and not ...
... we got to feed llamas and Alpacas. We also had time to see many of the goods produced from their wool.
Then it we completed our ride into Cusco city. We learned that Cusco has a population of approximately half a million people. Our bus dropped us off right in the main square of Cusco. It is a beautiful , almost European city. We walked from the main square to lunch at a local ...
... The rain had finally let up until the moment that we climbed into the raft but luckily it was a lot warmer down in the valley. The rafting was beautiful but but definitely not white water, it was more like tubing down a slightly fast river and compared to rafting with the Mormons it was a little underwhelming, We drifted through the valley, at points becoming moored on the shallowly covered rocks below us but with the magnificent Andes rising up from us on all sides. At one ...